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Weather Warnings - Flooding Outlook Advice - Kimberley

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

A Commonwealth and State interagency partnership that provides
flood warning services for the community of Western Australia

Cancellation of Flood Watch for the Kimberley District
Issued at 11:02 am WST on Wednesday 8 March 2017
Western Australia Flood Warning Centre

Significant river rises and areas of flooding are not expected to develop in
the West Kimberley District over the coming days.

Flood warnings are current for the Ord River, Fitzroy River and the North
Kimberley District.


DFES advises people and communities to be aware that flooding is possible and
be prepared to relocate equipment and livestock. Watch water levels. Travellers
need to be aware that road conditions may be adversely affected and travel
plans may need to be reconsidered. Do not drive into water of unknown depth and
velocity.

Community information is available from DFES at www.dfes.wa.gov.au.

Current river levels are available from Department of Water at
www.water.wa.gov.au

This flood watch is available by dialling 1300 659 213. Warnings, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/wa/flood/

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

Next Issue:
No further flood watches for the Kimberley District will be issued unless
conditions change.

For information on road conditions contact Main Roads WA on 138 138 or visit
www.mainroads.wa.gov.au
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