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Weather Warnings - Flood Watch

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
South Australia

Issued at 10:45 am CDT on Tuesday 2 February 2016
By the Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia.

Ex-TC Stan is centred over northern St Vincent's Gulf is weakening and moving
steadily eastwards to reach the NE Vic border late this afternoon.

Areas of rain are still continuing over the southeast of the State with local
falls of 10 to 30 mm possible. This rain will contract eastwards and clear late
afternoon or early evening with some showers to follow over the agricultural

Rainfall totals of 40 to 80 mm were recorded over the West Coast and Lower Eyre
Peninsula districts up until 9am this morning.

Flood impact:

Local flash flooding occurred in Port Lincoln and standing water in the area is
expected to clear during the day. No further flooding is expected in these
areas for this event.

People living or working close to rivers or creeks should monitor the latest
weather forecasts and warnings.

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

Next Issue:
No further flood watches will be issued for this event.

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