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Carlos dumps record amount of rain, eclipsing Yasi that flooded Queensland two weeks ago.
Just two weeks after Tropical Cyclone Yasi caused massive destruction to parts of Australia, another big storm has brought further flooding to the far north of the country.
Tropical Cyclone Carlos dumped a total of 339.6mm of rain over Darwin during the 24 hour period ending midnight GMT on Wednesday. This is an all-time record for the city over a 24 hour period and eclipses anything that Yasi produced over any town in a single day.
Originally posted by IamCorrect
The article is dated from February.
Weather Underground's website doesn't show any cyclones active near Australia:
www.wunderground.com...edit on 17-3-2011 by IamCorrect because: (no reason given)