The dangerous low pressure system caused flooding in Newcastle overnight.(Supplied: Grant Minns)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelHere's what you need to know this morning.Severe weather warningsA severe weather warning for the NSW coast is in place as damaging southerly winds and powerful surf is caused by a low-pressure system which formed south of Sydney.Wind gusts of up to 90 kilometres an hour hit the South Coast on Monday morning, expected to move north to Illawarra, Sydney and the Central Coast throughout the day. The State Emergency Service (SES) also warned of flooding from the heavy rain along coastal rivers from Sydney to Moruya on the state's south coast, while Newcastle saw dangerous flooding overnight.Damaging surf conditions have also impacted Sydney's ferry services, with buses replacing ferries between Manly and Circular Quay today amid wild seas.Secrets of Gospers Mountain blaze revealedGospers Mountain became famous as Australia's first "mega-blaze", but behind the smoke, flames and evacuations, there is still much to learn about the monster.The ABC has pieced together data, imagery and interviews to form a new narrative of the fire.The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) and National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) contributed information and access to operational commanders, some speaking for the first time.We can reveal the fire's starting point and how close Sydney's suburbs came to disaster.Man allegedly flees car accidentA Sydney man will appear in court after allegedly fleeing the scene of a car accident overnight that left another driver trapped in her car.About 10:30pm last night, emergency services found a 21-year-old woman stuck inside a white Toyota Corolla in Guildford suffering injuries to her back and neck.Onlookers told NSW Police another Toyota Corolla was involved in the accident but had fled the scene.Police arrested a 28-year-old man at his home on Woodville Road, in Merrylands, and charged him with a string of vehicular offences including failing to stop and assist. Chinese students warned about virtual kidnapping The victims are coerced into faking their own kidnapping, NSW Police said.(Supplied.)Chinese students are being warned about a rising global scam known as 'virtual kidnapping', with at least $3.2 million scammed from victims in Australia in the last seven months.The elaborate phone scam involves fraudsters posing as Chinese authorities and convincing victims to fake their own kidnapping, then obtaining ransom payments from relatives.In other instances, victims are convinced they have committed a crime or their identity has been stolen, and a 'fee' is required to avoid legal action, arrest or deportation.This year, eight known incidents of 'virtual kidnappings' have been reported to the NSW Police, with scammers targeting Chinese international students and obtaining $3.2 million in ransom payments.Monday's weatherShowers.?Min.Max.CBD1318Parramatta1118
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