"The rain bomb that threatened to smash Sydney has missed its target, coming ashore to our north. But the downpour has been heavy enough to leave a major flood emergency in Western Sydney," 7News reports.
The outflow from Warragamba Dam, which fortunately is spilling at half the rate authorities predicted when they feared a massive downpour would hit the catchment.
One of the first suburbs evacuated was North Richmond with access cut over the swollen Hawkesbury River.
Video and caption courtesy 7News
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