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Weather Warnings - Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

Cancellation of
Severe Thunderstorm Warning
for the Central West forecast district.

Issued at 10:45 am WST on Sunday 21 June 2015.

People in the vicinity of Coorow in the Central West District are advised that the Severe Thunderstorm Warning for heavy rainfall conducive to flash flooding has been CANCELLED.

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue for the remainder of the day
however the immediate threat of severe weather has passed. The situation will
continue to be monitored and further warnings issued if necessary.

166.4 millimetres of rain was recorded at Coorow West in the 24 hours to 9 am

The Department of Fire and Emergency Services advises that people should:
- Keep away from flooded drains, rivers, streams and waterways.
- Be careful of fallen trees, damaged buildings and debris.
- Be careful of fallen power lines. They are dangerous and should always be
treated as live.
- Assess your home, car and property for damage.
- If damage has occurred take photos and contact your insurance company to
organise permanent repairs.
- If your home or property has significant damage, like a badly damaged roof or
flooding, call the SES on 132 500.

The immediate threat of severe thunderstorms has passed, but the situation will
continue to be monitored and further warnings issued if necessary.

This warning is also available through TV and Radio broadcasts, the Bureau's
web site at www.bom.gov.au or call 1300 659 213.

The Bureau and Department of Fire and Emergency Services would appreciate this
warning being broadcast regularly.
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