Live: Wild weather moves south
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The wild storm system that has caused havoc in Queensland has moved south, with floodwaters isolating thousands in northern NSW and bringing the heaviest daily rainfall in more than a decade to parts of Sydney.
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Sydney is experiencing its heaviest rainfall in a decade as wild weather from ex-cyclone Oswald passes through the region.
A three-year-old boy became the fourth and youngest victim of Queensland's flood crisis, as the remnants of ex-tropical cyclone Oswald advanced across the state's border leaving rising rivers in its wake.
Parts of Sydney have been drenched in their heaviest daily rainfall totals in more than a decade as a wild storm system washed over the city on Monday night after causing havoc in the north of the state and in Queensland.
As flood waters swell throughout Brisbane, the city relives the horrors of 2011.
More than 2100 residents in Grafton have been ordered to evacuate on Tuesday morning as authorities prepare for the Clarence River to hit a record peak at midday which authorities warn will cause major flooding.
NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell says the worst is over for Grafton residents after the Clarence River peaked and started receding.