Horrifying moment supermarket ceiling COLLAPSES as powerful storm hammers Sydney
- The ceiling at an Aldi supermarket has collapsed during wild storm in Syndey
- The BoM has warned Sydney and northern NSW resident to prepare for flooding
- Flash flood warning is in place in several regions from Sunday through Tuesday
- Intense flooding continued inundate Coraki, 30km south of Lismore, on Monday
Shocking footage has emerged showing the moment the roof of an Aldi supermarket collapsed as heavy rain smashed Sydney.
The incident happened at a store in Hurstville, in Syndey’s south on Monday night.
Water can be seen dripping through the ceiling near the shelves as lights flash before multiple ceiling tiles fell to the ground under the enormous pressure.
The wild storm has seen multiple streets left under water in Syndey’s inner-west, with roads in Camden and Bankstown resembling rivers.
Shocking footage has emerged showing the moment the roof of an Aldi supermarket collapsed as heavy rain smashed Sydney
Water can be seen dripping through the ceiling near the shelves as lights flash before multiple ceiling tiles fell to the ground under the enormous pressure
The Monday night deluge was expected to worsen into Tuesday, with an east coast low forecast to dump up to 150mm of rain on Sydney, accompanied by damaging of winds.
On Monday evening, the SES issued evacuation orders for parts of Camden in Sydney’s south-west by 9pm.
A renewed alert warned residents within parts of Camden that they have until 11.59pm on Monday or risk getting cut off once flood waters reach 10.3 metres at Camden Weir.
Roads in Bankstown resembled rivers after floods swept through Sydney’s south
The Bureau of Meteorology has warned residents in Sydney and northern NSW to prepare for flash flooding from Sunday until Tuesday as an east coast low moves in. From left to right, the three main weather models forecasters use show Sydney and the south coast are expected to be battered by more than 100mm of rain
Residents in the south coast towns of Sussex Inlet and St Georges Basin were also told to prepare to evacuate.
The SES have warned that roads in Sussex Inlet may become inaccessible due to the hazardous weather.
In greater Sydney, the wet weather has created landslides and shifting earth.
Residents in Sydney and the Blue Mountains have been warned over the risk of deadly landslides, many of which have already caused mud, trees and vegetation to fall onto roads.
A number of the landslides were reported at Emu Heights and Katoomba in the Blue Mountains.
Footage released by Fire and Rescue shows a roadway cut off due to a landslide.
In Northern NSW, flooding has continued to devastate suburbs near the coastline.
Residents across Sydney’s inner-west reported local flooding on Monday night, with shocking pictures showing streets in Camden and Bankstown under water. Pictured: A flooded street in Milperra
Park Street, Petersham is seen under water on Tuesday night after a torrential down pour hit Syndey
A recent viral video shared to Reddit sees raging floodwaters near the town of Murwillumbah carve up the landscape, carrying gum trees, boulders and other debris.
The floods have reportedly destroyed homes and local infrastructure in the area.
Harsh conditions are predicted to ease on Wednesday – when the sun may finally return.
Intense flooding continued to inundate Coraki, 30km south of Lismore, on Monday.