Weather Warnings - Flood Warning for QLD

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland
This Flood Watch provides early advice of possible flooding within the specified catchments.

Final Flood Watch For Coastal Catchments Between Noosa And The Queensland - New South Wales Border
Issued at 01:58 PM EST on Tuesday 06 April 2021
Flood Watch Number: 7
FURTHER FLOODING IS NOT EXPECTED

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue across the south-east during Tuesday.
Minor flooding is no longer expected across the Flood Watch area.
Some localised flooding may continue during Tuesday.
A minor flood warning is current for the Stanley River.

Catchments no longer likely to be affected:
Noosa River
Sunshine Coast Rivers and Creeks
Pine and Caboolture Rivers
Upper Brisbane River
Logan and Albert Rivers
Gold Coast Rivers and Creeks

See www.bom.gov.au/qld/warnings to view the current flood and cyclone products for Queensland.
For more information on the Flood Watch Service: http://www.bom.gov.au/water/floods/floodWarningServices.shtml

Flood Safety Advice:
For flood emergency assistance contact the SES on 132 500.
For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000) immediately.
Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts.
This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219 at a low call cost of 27.5 cents, more from mobile, public and satellite phones.
Warning, rainfall and river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood/
This Flood Watch means that people living or working along rivers and creeks should monitor the latest weather forecasts and warnings.
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it.}

Next issue:
This is a final Flood Watch, no further watches will be issued for this event.

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