New South Wales (NSW), Sydney, and Southeast Queensland in Australia are flooded from the intense rainfalls on March 22, Sunday. The Hawkesbury and Nepean rivers, Sydney’s borders to the north and west, have reportedly reached higher levels than usual. Meanwhile, Sydney’s main source of water, The Warragamba Dam, released 500 gigaliters of water last Sunday. So far, there have been 15,000 evacuations in the Mid-North Coast and 3,000 in Sydney. On the other hand, 10 million people aside from Western Australia are put under a weather warning. Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology has warned NSW and several inland areas of a “serious risk” of flash floods.