Australia: Storm causes heavy flooding in Sydney
Sydney is experiencing "some of the worst" rain it's ever seen, as described by police officers.
This according to CNN affiliate Nine News
The city and the New South Wales coast has been hit by heavy rain along with winds of more than 90 kilometers -- 55 miles -- per hour, causing chaos for commuters who have been affected by flash flooding. The rain is so intense that it broke through the roof of Town Hall Station -- located in the city's central business district.
The storm has also left thousands of customers without power.
Nine News reports at least one motorist has died so far in an accident caused by road conditions.
So far, a total 200 millimeters -- nearly 7 inches -- of rain has fallen, according to Nine News.