Drier days ahead, before showers return next week

Earlier this week, Sydney reached its average annual rainfall just three months into the year.

The NSW government’s Beachwatch website warned swimmers against going in the water at Queenscliff on the northern beaches, Bronte, Tamarama, Malabar and Little Bay in the city’s east and Boat Harbor in the Sutherland Shire due to the risk of pollution from the recent downpours.

He also warned against swimming at a number of harbor beaches, and urged caution at the city’s other ocean beaches.

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