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Weather Warnings - Flood Warning - Lockyer, Bremer, Warrill & Brisbane below Wivenhoe.

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Final Flood Warning for Warrill Creek and Flood Warning for the Bremer River

Issued at 8:53 am EST on Wednesday 28 February 2018
Flood Warning Number: 4

River levels are now below the minor flood level at Amberley on Warrill Creek
following its peak recorded overnight.

No further heavy rainfall is expected for the next few days.

Bremer River and Warrill Creek:
No further flooding is expected in the Bremer River and Warrill Creek.

The Bremer River at Ipswich will remain below the minor flood level (7.00 m).

The Warrill Creek at Amberley is currently at 3.70 metres and falling.

Flood Safety Advice:
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.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
This is a final warning, no further warnings will be issued for this event.

Latest River Heights:
Bremer R at Walloon Alert, 3.74, Falling, 08:18 AM WED 28/02/18
Warrill Ck at Kalbar Weir HW Alert, 74.91, Falling, 07:08 AM WED 28/02/18
Warrill Ck at Harrisville-1 Alert, 1.00, Falling, 08:34 AM WED 28/02/18
Warrill Ck at Greens Rd Amberley Alert, 3.70, Falling, 08:30 AM WED 28/02/18
Bremer R at Ipswich Alert, 1.67, Rising, 08:26 AM WED 28/02/18

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.
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