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Weather Warnings - Flood Watch

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
South Australia

Issued at 11:49 am CST on Thursday 29 September 2016
By the Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia.

An intense low pressure system is moving east of Adelaide and will continue
moving rapidly eastwards into western Victoria by late afternoon Thursday. A
secondary low will move over Kangaroo Island and central districts late
Thursday afternoon and evening. This secondary low will increase the potential
for heavy rainfall later today.

Further rainfall totals with this system are expected to be 40 to 80 mm across
the watch area, with some falls of 50 to 100 mm possible.

There is a risk of further rapid rises in water levels and flooding in creeks
and rivers across the Watch area, in particular in the Mid North and the Mount
Lofty Ranges during Thursday and into Friday.

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

Next Issue:
This flood watch will be updated by midday on Friday 30th September.

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