Acute bushfires burnt through portions of Western Australia on Sunday, along with different regions of the country addressing the aftermath of a strong cyclone, although the nation’s east shore was facing possible life threatening flash flood.

Following months of damaging wildfires which have razed countless hectares of property, Australia has been struck in recent months by wild weather which has brought heavy downpours, hail storms, gusty winds and warm and humid atmosphere.

Approximately a dozen fires have been burning in Western Australia on Sunday, together with intense fire danger anticipated in many districts, based on fire services and the nation’s Bureau of Meteorology.

Daytime temperatures in a number of the districts were forecast in around 42 degrees Celsius.

The State’s upper portions were fighting Sunday the aftermath of a tropical cyclone Damien which left a landfall on Saturday afternoon, bringing gusty winds up to 200 mph. No instant damages were reported along with the cyclone was expected to weaken as it moved inland, however, winds were observed to dismiss more than 100 kph.

“Although Tropical #CycloneDamien has dropped considerably in the thrashing it gave Karratha and Dampier yesterday, regions across Tom Price and Paraburdoo are getting substantial rain and squally states,” the nation’s Bureau of Meteorology said on its own Twitter account.

On the other shore of Australia, Sydney and the state of New South Wales were at risk of future life threatening flash flood as rain retained bucketing down for a third day in a row at downpours not seen as 1998.

Rainfall in certain areas of the country approached half of the yearly average, however, the drops were welcomed following the nation observed its driest year on record 2019, in 55% below typical.

The nation’s Bureau of Meteorology said there was possibility of significant”rain and life threatening flash-flooding,” and shore erosion, although small threat of river flood as water levels are low because of a persistent drought.

In Queensland, meteorologists also warned of flash and riverine flood on Sunday, after heavy drops immediately. A crisis flooding alert has been issued for taxpayers of Dalby because of a creek overflowing, a few 200 kilometers west of Brisbane.

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