These Australian Waterfalls Are Running Upwards

Winds are now so strong on the southern coast of Australia—74.5mph (120km/h)—that waterfalls are running upwards. The water is just being blown up from the bottom. The situation's crazy, especially for those commuters in their ferries.


According to the BBC, "nearly a month's worth of rain has fallen on [Sidney] in 24 hours". [BBC]

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I was all ready to write that mist blowing around does not equal a waterfall flowing upwards, and then I got to the 0:12 mark... :0

Being a cynic has burned me many times lately. Maybe I should change my ways?