Weather Warnings - Flood Warning for TAS

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Tasmania
Note: This Flood Watch is a "heads up" for possible future flooding and is NOT a Flood Warning.

Final Flood Watch For The East Coastal Rivers
Issued at 10:40 AM EST on Sunday 08 September 2019
By the Bureau of Meteorology, Hobart.
Flood Watch Number: 4
Stream levels have peaked and are now falling in most East Coastal Rivers. A Minor flood warning is current for the South Esk River.

A cold front will cross Tasmania today, with winds to tend cooler southwesterly later in the day. Winds will ease Monday afternoon.
In the 24 hours to 9 am Sunday, widespread rainfall totals of 10 to 25 mm were recorded across East coastal catchments.
Additional rainfall totals of 5 mm, in east coastal catchments for the remainder of Sunday into Monday.

Catchments likely to be affected include:
East Coastal Rivers (north of Bicheno)
East Coastal Rivers (south of Bicheno)

Note: This Flood Watch is a "heads up" for possible future flooding and is NOT a Flood Warning. The Bureau of Meteorology does not provide a flood warning service for all of the catchments covered by this flood watch. For more information on the Flood Watch Service:
For the latest warnings see
For the latest rainfall and river level information see
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Flood Safety Advice:
For emergency assistance call the SES on telephone number 132 500.
For life threatening situations, call 000 immediately.
FloodSafe advice is available at
Road closure information is available at}

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

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