Weather Warnings - Flood Warning
Final Flood Warning for Waterhouse River
Issued at 4:51 pm CST on Saturday 28 March 2015
Only minor rainfall has been recorded throughout the Waterhouse River catchment
in the past 24 hours. Isolated showers are possible in the area overnight but
are not expected to contribute to further flooding.
The river level of the Waterhouse River at Beswick Bridge is currently below
the minor flood level (7.7m) and falling.
Predicted River Heights/Flows:
Waterhouse R at Beswick Bridge:
The river level is expected to continue falling and drop below the watch point
(6.0m) later tonight.
For the latest weather forecast see www.bom.gov.au/nt/forecasts
No further warnings will be issued for this event but the situation will be
Latest River Heights:
Waterhouse R d/s of Diljin Hill 2.63m steady 04:00 PM SAT 28/03/15
Waterhouse R at Beswick Bridge 6.94m steady 04:40 PM SAT 28/03/15
River height and rainfall information are available on the Bureau of
Meteorology web site at http://www.bom.gov.au/nt/flood.
Central Victorian regions battle hot, dry spring with Bendigo, Castlemaine setting record temperatures
Figures from the weather bureau show parts of central Victoria endured one of the driest springs on record.
It may officially be summer, but it felt a lot like winter across Victoria as temperatures dropped and light snow settling in the Alps.