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Heavy rainfalls has resulted in widespread flooding across NSW as communities try to find a way to cope with the wild weather conditions.

The relentless floodwaters has impacted farmers drastically as harvests have now been delayed with significant damage to crops, infrastructure and stock.

Farmers across the state are preparing for more wet weather and could be facing an extended period of isolation as several flood warnings are in place.

Produced By: Nalin Mastou

Featured In Story: Ailsa Scofield, Senior Hydrologist at the Bureau of Meteorology , James Jackson, President of NSW Farmers Association, and Dr Simon Bradshaw, Research Director at Climate Council

First aired on The Wire, Wednesday 1 December 2021