Weather Warnings - Flood Warning - Paroo River
Final Flood Warning for the Paroo River
Issued at 10:56 am EST on Monday 3 October 2016
Flood Warning Number: 21
The river level at Hungerford fell below the minor flood level early Monday
Rainfall totals of less than 10 mm were recorded across the Paroo catchment in
the 24 hours to 09:00 am Monday, with the exception of a localised fall of
approximately 35 mm recorded in the upper reaches of the catchment at Boothulla.
Patchy rain, showers and a possible storm will clear the upper catchment early
Monday afternoon. Largely fine and dry conditions are expected from Tuesday
Paroo River to Eulo:
Small renewed river level rises are likely in the upper catchment in response
to the more significant rainfall recorded here. Flood warnings will be
re-issued if required, though this is considered unlikely at this stage.
Paroo River downstream of Eulo:
No further flooding is expected in the Paroo River downstream of Eulo.
The Paroo River at Hungerford is currently at 0.99 metres and steady. The river
level is expected to continue falling over the next few days.
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)
Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts
This is a final warning, no further warnings will be issued for this event.
Latest River Heights:
Paroo R at Caiwarro TM, 1.32, Steady, 08:00 AM MON 03/10/16
Paroo R at Hungerford, 0.99, Steady, 06:00 AM MON 03/10/16
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.
Australia's 2016/17 Tropical Cyclone season officially begins on Tuesday next week.
Researchers at a Cyclone Testing Station in north Queensland have been busy creating smashed avocado, and it is not the type that goes on toast.
Parts of western and southern New South Wales are still underwater, despite rain easing across most of the state in recent weeks.