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Weather Warnings - Flood Warning - Culgoa, Bokhara, Narran

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
New South Wales

FINAL FLOOD WARNING FOR THE NARRAN RIVER AT NEW ANGLEDOOL
Issued at 10:24 am EDT on Monday 3 October 2016
Flood Warning Number: 5


The Narran River at New Angledool (manual gauge) peaked near 1.5 metres on
Monday morning [03/10/16] below the minor flood level.

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.

Weather Forecast:
For the latest weather forecast see www.bom.gov.au/nsw/forecasts/

Next Issue:
This will be the final warning for this event.

Note: River levels are updated more frequently on www.bom.gov.au/nsw/flood/

Latest River Heights:
Narran R at Dirranbandi-Hebel Rd * 3.83m falling 07:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Narran R at New Angledool No 2 2.98m steady 09:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Culgoa R at Whyenbah * 2.98m falling 07:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Culgoa R at Woolerbilla * 4.55m rising 04:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Culgoa R at Brenda 3.88m rising 09:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Culgoa R at Weilmoringle 3.48m rising 09:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Culgoa R at Kenebree 1.73m rising 09:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Balonne R at Whyenbah 3.47m falling 09:00 AM SUN 02/10/16
Ballandool R at Hebel-Bollon Rd * 2.34m steady 12:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Birrie R at Goodooga 0.88m rising 09:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Bokhara R at Goodooga 2.14m rising 09:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Bokhara R at Goodwins 0.32m steady 09:00 AM MON 03/10/16

For latest rainfall and river level information see
www.bom.gov.au/nsw/flood/
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