Australia's Normally Dry Todd River Flows Amid Record Rainfall

A normally dry river in Australia rushed with water on November 10, after record rainfall swept across Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.

This footage uploaded by Yaye’s Cafe on Facebook, shows the usually barren Todd River flowing with water.

According to the Bureau of Meteorology, Alice Springs received over 95 millimeters of rainfall over the 24 hours to Wednesday morning. It was the highest 24-hour rainfall since January 2001. Credit: Yaye’s Cafe via Storyful

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