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‘It’ll feel wintry’: One more ‘nice warm day’ before Sydney feels the cold

‘It’ll feel wintry’: One more ‘nice warm day’ before Sydney feels the cold

Temperatures are forecast to tip 30 degrees in Sydney on Friday before a cold front moves across the state, bringing a “wintry” Monday.

  • by Sarah McPhee

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Showers for Sydney increasing from Monday ahead of a ‘chilly’ weekend

Showers for Sydney increasing from Monday ahead of a ‘chilly’ weekend

Heavy rainfall could cross the Queensland-NSW border from Monday, with showers predicted for Sydney this week before a cold front arrives.

  • by Sarah McPhee
Thousands return home as weather eases, but warnings issued after man’s death

Thousands return home as weather eases, but warnings issued after man’s death

Thousands of people have been allowed to return to their homes as weather conditions ease, although authorities have urged people not to be complacent around water following the death of a man in Sydney’s north-west.

  • by Laura Chung
Man who died in Sydney floods was on his way to dream job

Man who died in Sydney floods was on his way to dream job

Ayaz Younus, from Pakistan, was a software engineering graduate, but was very excited to start his dream job as a truck driver, his housemate said.

  • by Laura Chung
The dam that busted open an old NSW cabinet wound
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NSW floods

The dam that busted open an old NSW cabinet wound

Flood or drought, water is a divisive issue for the NSW government.

  • by Alexandra Smith
As it happened: Man’s body found in submerged car in Glenorie as clearer skies appear over Sydney, Mid North Coast; flood risk continues

As it happened: Man’s body found in submerged car in Glenorie as clearer skies appear over Sydney, Mid North Coast; flood risk continues

The Bureau of Meteorology cancelled its severe weather warning for areas across the state, but the danger is not over yet as crews begin to mop up.

  • by Laura Chung and Sarah McPhee
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‘Season of pestilence’: Months of scratchy bites expected as insect numbers rise

‘Season of pestilence’: Months of scratchy bites expected as insect numbers rise

Stagnant pools left behind by receding waters will provide an ideal breeding time for mosquitoes in Sydney’s north and west, and other flood-affected areas.

  • by Peter Hannam
‘Almost impossible to believe’: Blue skies on the horizon

‘Almost impossible to believe’: Blue skies on the horizon

The Bureau of Meteorology has warned that, even after the rain clears, the flood risk will continue for weeks as the extra water makes its way through the river system.

  • by Harriet Alexander
The weather event that caused the NSW floods and how climate change affected it

The weather event that caused the NSW floods and how climate change affected it

Today on Please Explain, Nathanael Cooper is joined by Environment Editor Peter Hannam to look at the terrible weather most of the country is experiencing and what impact climate change has had on it.

  • by Nathanael Cooper
Forgotten land of Haberfield sinks into the bog

Forgotten land of Haberfield sinks into the bog

The recent weather has highlighted the challenges of developing Sydney’s most expensive swamp.

  • by Harriet Alexander
As it happened: Western Sydney residents given all-clear to return home as extreme weather event continues across state; South Coast told to prepare for heavy rainfall

As it happened: Western Sydney residents given all-clear to return home as extreme weather event continues across state; South Coast told to prepare for heavy rainfall

Thousands of residents across Sydney may be forced to evacuate as two weather systems bring more rainfall and flooding.

  • by Laura Chung and Sarah McPhee