It does not look so much, but 23 kilometers were all that was separated from the suburbs and those who, during Sydney's wild storms, avoided being relatively non-fluid.
- Mosmans 130mm (from 6am to 12pm)
- Rocks 111mm
- Chatswood 107mm
- North Ryde 69mm
- North Manly 64mm
Rainfall data from the Meteorological Office (BOM) revealed that in the evening heavy rainstorms in a few hours in some port cities were dumped more than a month.
Figures reveal that Sydney's lower coastline was on a firing line where Mosman had dried up 130 millimeters in the rain from around noon. 6am to noon at rain.
The Observatory Hill, near Rocks, recorded 111 mm in the same period, but Chatswood was then wet with 107 millimeters.
The Sands Soucy public school in the south of Sydney, 23 km from Mosman's time station at the edge of the circle, is one of the lowest totals receiving about 13 mm.
Canterbury, located only 17 km from Mosman, received 20 mm.
Data was taken from automatic time stations providing hourly, three hour and 24 hour rainfall data.
"The Mini Cyclone" in Chatswood
In the south of Sydney, the worst weather was saved with places such as Box Hill (25 mm), one of the lowest total figures.
However, these falls were still more than a quarter of Harbor City in average 83.6 mm in November.
Chatswood was not only attached to the rain for more than a month but was also damaged by devastating winds, which were described by some as a "mini cyclone."
One office building had all the windows drained and tossed them aside, because the winds reached 70 kilometers per hour.
A 14-year-old boy died in a two-car collision in Thornleigh in the northwest of the city and a volunteer at the Vietnam Emergency Service (SES) collapsed and died during a storm.
SES has received more than 2,000 calls to help tide and workers continue to clamber.
Ausgraed said hundreds of homes and businesses were still powerless, but two of the Sydney airport runways that were closed yesterday were reopened.
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