You wouldn't know it living in Melbourne, but apparently Sydney copped an absolute pounding from the weather last night.
Somewhat incronguously, The Age seems to have more up-to-date info than the Sydney Morning Herald.
The SMH reports: "Storms dumped some of the heaviest rain on Sydney in months, with significant falls also in both the Illawarra and Hunter regions."
While The Age managed to find this slightly more impressive statistic: "A Bureau of Meteorology spokesman said today that Observatory Hill, near the CBD, since 9am (AEST) yesterday had recorded its greatest rainfall in any 24-hour period since 1883."
Cool. Why can't WE have big-arse storm?