At Brenda, Weilmoringle, Kenebree, Goodooga and Goodwins
KommentarMinor to Major Flood Warning for the Culgoa, Birrie, and Bokhara RiversDetailsMAJOR FLOOD PEAK EXPECTED AT WEILMORINGLE ON THURSDAYRiver levels along the Culgoa, Birrie, Bokhara, and Narran River Systems peaked at Brenda, Goodooga and Angledool respectively last week. The main flood peaks are now upstream of Weilmoringle on the Culgoa River, and Goodwins on the Bokhara River.A peak near the major flood level (5.8 metres) is expected at Weilmoringle on Thursday, with a peak of 2.50 metres just below the moderate flood level expected at Goodwins the following week (9-12 October).Rain and thunderstorms are forecast for Wednesday before another trough brings further rain and thunderstorms from Friday. This may lead to renewed river level rises or prolonged peaks along the river systems. Predictions will be revised as rainfall is observed.
At Forbes, Cottons Weir, Jemalong, Condobolin, Euabalong, Hillston and Booligal
KommentarMinor to Major Flood Warning for the Lachlan RiverDetailsMAJOR FLOODING CONTINUES AT EUABALONGMODERATE FLOODING OCCURRING AT CONDOBOLIN, JEMALONG, AND HILLSTONRainfall over the past several days and weeks has caused renewed and prolonged flooding along the Lachlan River and its tributaries.Renewed river level rises have been observed along the upper reaches of the Lachlan River, where river levels are peaking below the minor flood level at Nanami. Downstream, river levels are likely to peak at the minor flood level at Forbes around Wednesday. Minor flooding continues at Cottons Weir.An earlier prolonged flood peak along the Lachlan River is at Jemalong, where river levels are expected to remain steady with moderate flooding through to the end of the week. Moderate flooding continues at Condobolin, where river levels are easing after a prior peak from the Goobang Creek passed through last week.These floodwaters are now approaching Euabalong, where major flooding is occurring. Further downstream, moderate flooding is occurring at Hillston and minor flooding continues at Booligal.Renewed rainfall is expected across the lower end of the Lachlan River catchment from Wednesday. Peak predictions will be revised once rainfall has been observed.
At Mungindi, Walgett, Brewarrina, Bourke, Louth, Tilpa, Wilcannia, Menindee, Pooncarie and Burtundy
KommentarMinor to Major Flood Warning for the Barwon and Darling RiversDetailsMAJOR FLOODING POSSIBLE AT TILPA FROM THIS WEEKENDMODERATE FLOODING POSSIBLE AT MUNGINDI, BREWARRINA AND WILCANNIARecent rainfall over several days and weeks has caused renewed and prolonged flooding along the Barwon and Darling Rivers.Floodwaters from the Macintyre River have the potential to cause moderate flooding along the Barwon River at Mungindi over the weekend.Earlier floodwaters from the Namoi River combined with floodwaters from the Barwon River have caused minor flooding at Walgett and Brewarrina, with moderate flooding possible at Brewarrina around Friday.Flows along the Darling River combined with flows from the Culgoa and Bogan Rivers are likely to cause moderate flooding at Bourke from late next week. These floodwaters are causing moderate flooding at Louth and Tilpa, with major flooding possible at Tilpa over the weekend.Downstream at Wilcannia, moderate flooding is possible from around Friday this week as these floodwaters continue to extend downstream.River levels at Menindee are likely to remain around the moderate flood level (9.10 metres) through to mid November as WaterNSW plans to maintain release levels. Subject to inflow conditions, the current release level may be extended further. The release plan follows consultation with the SES and local communities.Downstream at Pooncarie and Burtundy minor flooding is likely to continue into late November.Further rainfall is forecast for Wednesday before an additional trough brings further rain and thunderstorms from Friday. This may lead to further river level rises. Predictions will be revised as rainfall is observed.
At Wellington, Narromine and Warren
KommentarMinor to Major Flood Warning for the Macquarie RiverDetailsWARREN TO PEAK NEAR THE MAJOR FLOOD LEVEL DURING WEDNESDAYRiver levels remain elevated along the upper reaches of the Macquarie River, where minor flooding is occurring at Wellington and Narromine.Downstream at Warren, river levels are likely to peak near the major flood level (9.00 metres) during Wednesday.Renewed rainfall is expected across the lower reaches of the Macquarie River catchment from Wednesday. Peak predictions will be revised once rainfall has been observed.
At Mudall, Nyngan, Mulgawarrina and Gongolgon
KommentarMinor to moderate Flood Warning for the Bogan RiverDetailsMODERATE FLOODING OCCURRING AT MUDALL, NYNGAN AND MULGAWARRINAThe main flood peak along the Bogan River passed through Nyngan early Monday morning with moderate flooding. Moderate flooding is occurring at Mudall and Nyngan.Further downstream, moderate flooding is occurring at Mulgawarrina and possible at Gongolgon over the weekend.
At Albury, Corowa, Torrumbarry, Barham, Wakool Junction, Boundary Bend, Deniliquin, Stevens Weir and Moulamein
KommentarMinor to Moderate Flood Warning for the Murray and Edward RiversDetailsMODERATE FLOODING OCCURRING AT COROWA, BARHAM AND STEVENS WEIRMODERATE FLOODING POSSIBLE AT TORRUMBARRY FROM WEDNESDAYMinor flooding is occurring along the Murray River at Albury. Moderate flooding is occurring at Corowa, where river levels peaked Saturday morning.The river level at Albury and Corowa will vary based on releases from Hume Dam and floodwaters from the Kiewa River. Flood operations are being conducted by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) at Hume Dam to manage inflows from the upper Murray, Mitta Mitta River and other tributaries. MDBA are working closely with the Bureau and WaterNSW to plan release strategies.Further downstream, moderate flooding continues at Barham. Minor flooding is occurring at Torrumbarry, with moderate flooding possible from Wednesday.Along the Edward River, moderate flooding is occurring at Stevens Weir. Minor flooding continues at Deniliquin and Moulamein.Floodwaters from the Murray River combined with floodwaters from the Edward River have caused minor flooding at Wakool Junction and may cause minor flooding at Boundary Bend from late October.Further rainfall is forecast for Wednesday before an additional trough brings further rain and thunderstorms from Friday. This may lead to further river level rises. Predictions will be revised as rainfall is observed.A Flood Watch is current for the upper Murray River.
At Bugilbone and Goangra
KommentarModerate Flood Warning for the Namoi RiverDetailsMODERATE FLOODING OCCURRING AT BUGILBONE AND GOANGRAThe Namoi River at Bugilbone peaked early Saturday morning, with moderate flooding. The main flood peak along the Namoi River is approaching Goangra, where river levels are likely to peak around Wednesday, with moderate flooding continuing.
KommentarMinor Flood Warning for the Paroo River (NSW)DetailsMINOR FLOODING OCCURRING AT WANAARINGMinor flooding is occurring along the Paroo River at Wanaaring.Upstream of Wanaaring, river levels at Willara Crossing have fallen below the minor flood level.
At Fords Bridge Bywash
KommentarMinor Flood Warning for the Warrego River (NSW)DetailsMINOR FLOODING OCCURRING AT FORDS BRIDGE BYWASHMinor flooding is occurring along the Warrego River at Fords Bridge Bywash, where river levels are likely to peak late Monday into Tuesday.
KommentarMinor Flood Warning for the Murrumbidgee RiverDetailsMINOR FLOODING OCCURRING AT HAYThe main flood peak along the Murrumbidgee River is now at Hay, where minor flooding is occurring.Flood operations are being conducted by WaterNSW at Burrinjuck Dam. The dam releases will vary subject to inflow and downstream tributary flow rates. WaterNSW are working closely with the Bureau, NSW SES and landholders to plan release strategies.
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