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O serviço de internet passou por dificuldades em Perth devido às altas temperaturas:

Extreme hot weather in Perth sent the internet into meltdown on Monday night.

Thousands of iiNet customers across Australia found themselves offline for about six-and-a-half hours after the company shut down some of its systems at its Perth data centre at about 4.30pm AEDST because of high temperatures, topping 44.4C.

"Due to record breaking temperatures, iiNet Toolbox, Email and our corporate websites are unavailable. Apologies for any inconvenience caused," iiNet tweeted.

Customers trying to re-authenticate after disconnecting from the internet were also unable to reconnect.

Some iiNet call centres were also closed due to issues with staff access.

"Due to record breaking temperatures in our Perth data centre earlier today, we shut down our servers as a precautionary measure," an iiNet spokesman said late Monday night. "Although redundancy plans ensured over 98 per cent of customers remained unaffected, some customers experienced issues reconnecting to the internet. These issues have now been resolved."

Users in Western Australia, NSW, Victoria and South Australia took to Twitter, Facebook and broadband forum Whirlpool to post their frustrations to the country's second largest DSL internet service provider.

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Tempestade brutal na Austrália:

Sydney's rainfall to 9am on Tuesday was 119.4mm, the most in any day since February 2002 and the most for an April day in 17 years, according to Weatherzone.

Wind speeds were also impressive with Wattamolla to Sydney's south recording at least 100 km/h winds every hour since just after midday on Monday. Just after 9am on Tuesday they were clocked at 135 km/h, or well within the range of a category 2 cyclone if sustained.

The heaviest falls will probably be registered in the Dungog area north of Maitland, where the town copped a severe thunderstorm cell. That storm dumped about 145mm on the town in three hours, leaving a total of 312mm for the 24 hours to 9am.

Strong overnight winds have whipped up offshore waves of up to 10 metres, lashing Sydney's beaches with three-metre waves.

Notícia completa e vídeos aqui:

http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/australia/67921192/sydney-battered-by-massive-storm-for-second-day

Dados de radares perto de/em Sydney - chuva em 24 horas:

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