Weather Warnings - Flood Watch
CANCELLED FLOOD WATCH FOR NORTH EAST AND NORTH WEST PASTORAL DISTRICTS
Issued at 11:19 am CDT on Wednesday 25 January 2017
By the Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia.
A moist and unstable airmass lies across the north of the State. Showers and
thunderstorms are still possible over the pastoral districts but widespread
heavy falls are no longer expected.
Localised flooding has led to many road closures over the pastoral districts.
Refer to advice from SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure at
Local falls of up to 20 to 50 mm are possible with thunderstorms today. People
should refer to the latest warnings on the Bureau's website.
For the latest weather forecast see www.bom.gov.au/sa
There will be no further Flood Watches issued for this event.
For the latest river level information see
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