Weather Warnings - Flood Warning - Richmond/Wilson
New South Wales
FINAL MINOR FLOOD WARNING FOR THE LOWER RICHMOND RIVER
Issued at 9:36 am EST on Tuesday 5 May 2015
Flood Warning Number: 11
The Richmond River at Coraki and Bungalwalbin Junction has fallen to below
minor flood level Monday afternoon.
FloodSafe advice is available at www.ses.nsw.gov.au
For emergency assistance call the SES on telephone number 132 500.
For life threatening emergencies, call 000 immediately.
For the latest weather forecast see www.bom.gov.au/nsw/forecasts/
This will be the final flood warning for this event.
Note: river levels are updated regularly on www.bom.gov.au/nsw/flood/
Latest River Heights:
Richmond R at Wiangaree 0.81m steady 07:30 AM TUE 05/05/15
Richmond R at Kyogle 1.64m steady 08:15 AM TUE 05/05/15
Richmond R at Casino 1.68m steady 04:30 AM TUE 05/05/15
Eden Ck at Doubtful 1.61m steady 06:30 AM TUE 05/05/15
Shannon Brook at Yorklea 3.15m steady 06:30 AM TUE 05/05/15
Leycester Ck at Rock Valley 1.23m steady 09:22 AM TUE 05/05/15
Goolmangar Ck at Nimbin 1.38m steady 09:22 AM TUE 05/05/15
Back Ck at Bentley 0.92m steady 09:24 AM TUE 05/05/15
Terania Ck at The Channon 0.49m falling 09:30 AM TUE 05/05/15
Coopers Ck at Repentance 0.93m steady 09:07 AM TUE 05/05/15
Wilsons R at Nashua 0.78m steady 09:23 AM TUE 05/05/15
Coopers Ck at Corndale 1.12m steady 09:10 AM TUE 05/05/15
Wilsons R at Eltham 1.92m steady 09:26 AM TUE 05/05/15
Wilsons R at Woodlawn (mAHD) 1.78m steady 09:30 AM TUE 05/05/15
Leycester Ck at Tuncester (mAHD) 1.73m steady 09:24 AM TUE 05/05/15
Wilsons R at Lismore (mAHD) 1.69m steady 09:28 AM TUE 05/05/15
Richmond R at Coraki 2.44m steady 09:00 AM TUE 05/05/15
Myrtle Ck at Rappville 2.81m steady 08:00 AM TUE 05/05/15
Richmond R at Bungawalbyn 2.32m falling 08:45 AM TUE 05/05/15
Richmond R at Woodburn 2.01m steady 08:15 AM TUE 05/05/15
For latest rainfall and river level information see www.bom.gov.au/nsw/flood/
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