New South Wales is currently caught in a persistent rain streak, with the weather pattern showing little sign of relenting.

Behind this pattern, various factors such as atmospheric conditions, oceanic currents, and regional weather systems converge to sustain the prolonged wet spell.

For those residing in southeastern Australia, the weather may evoke a sense of déjà vu akin to the film “Groundhog Day.” Since the beginning of May, Sydney and other areas along the New South Wales coastline have experienced relentless rainfall, resulting in accumulations ranging from 50 to 100 millimeters over the span of a week. Particularly heavy downpours have been observed in the Illawarra and Hunter regions over the weekend. According to the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), current forecasts suggest that this weather pattern shows no signs of abating, with Sydney’s main weather station potentially poised to break the record for consecutive days of rainfall before the event subsides.

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