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Weather Warnings - Flood Warning - Daintree River

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

FINAL FLOOD WARNING FOR THE DAINTREE AND MOSSMAN RIVERS
Issued at 7:54 am EST on Monday 23 May 2016
by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane.

Issue Number: 6

River levels are now below the minor flood level at all locations in the
Daintree River catchment.

DAINTREE RIVER:
River levels continue to fall at Bairds and Daintree Village.

MOSSMAN RIVER:
River levels are easing throughout the Mossman River.
Predicted River Heights/Flows:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it.
For flood emergency assistance contact the SES on 132 500
For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000) immediately
Current emergency information is available at www.qldalert.com

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

Next Issue:
This is the final warning. River height bulletins will continue to be issued.

Latest River Heights:
Whyanbeel Ck at Little Falls * 1.59m falling 04:00 AM MON 23/05/16
Daintree R at Bairds * 4.54m rising 05:00 AM MON 23/05/16
Daintree R at Daintree Village * 2.25m falling 06:38 AM MON 23/05/16
Bloomfield R at China Camp * 2.6m steady 05:00 AM MON 23/05/16
* auto statio

Warnings and River Height Bulletins are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood
Flood Warnings are also available on telephone 1300 659 219 at a low call cost
of 27.5 cents, more from mobile, public and satellite phones.
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