December 15th – Australia’s recent torrential rains have caused flash floods and super tides. A large number of foams have been rolled up at the seaside. Some local residents play new tricks, spontaneously organize boating, swimming and other activities, and even run naked.
According to the British Daily Mail on the 15th, bad weather closed roads in many parts of Australia, isolated small communities, and affected about 1,000 houses.
The National Emergency Services (SES) has issued flood evacuation alerts, and more than 300 emergency personnel have been sent to northern NSW to carry out support operations with local rescue workers.
In the continuous torrential weather, many beaches are covered with thick foam. Five people were seen swimming on the Gold Coast beach. One man was “buried” by rolling insea foam and surfaced a few seconds later.
On the 14th, a woman was photographed risking her life diving into the water and grabbing two washed away beer metal barrels in knee-deep foam. In Byron Bay, three men were photographed running naked in the rain.
According to the report, when the storm hits and the ocean is stirred by wind and waves, bubbles will form.
At present, Queensland and New South Wales have a large number of bubbles after the “once-a-century storm”.
“Weatherologists have warned that the La Niña phenomenon will have a nationwide impact on Australia and we need to anticipate the unexpected, which may be the worst in years,” NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said in an interview.