Like snow, water cycles evade warmist logic.
Sydney’s giant Warragamba Dam is overflowing for the first time in two years after a period of heavy rainfall.
The dam lies about 70km (43 miles) west of the city and is the largest urban water storage facility in the country, supplying about 80% of the region’s drinking water.
Authorities in Western Sydney are warning residents to get ready for minor flooding.
“Following the spill the water level in the dam will be lowered down to just below full supply level with small discharges from the dam,” the Sydney Catchment Authority said.
“This is part of post-flood procedures.”
The dam is expected to overflow for several days before the Sydney water authority lowers the level to just below full, as normal.
The overflow is expected to be less than earlier forecasts.
Greg Newton, from the New South Wales State Emergency Service, told the Seven Network: “The spilling of Warragamba Dam…
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