Continued rainfall in Australia’s NSW helps fight bush fires
- Release on :2019-12-27
Residents and firefighters off the coast of New South Wales, Australia have ushered in a Christmas “miracle”, with continuous rainfall bringing up to 57 millimeters of rain to some dry areas and helping to extinguish bushfires.
Rainfall has been reported from Tweed Heads to Ulladulla in the northernmost part of NSW, but there is greater rainfall between Taree and Murwillumbah. As of now, there is 47 mm of rainfall in Taree and 57 mm in Byron Bay.
Welldone, as China top 10 ceramic ball manufacturer, hope this heavy rain will help extinguish the fire.