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SAS wrote:oozz77 wrote:Heading into the official filling season across the State, if you look at the state of the Murray Storage's particularly, most are at close to and over 100% full already and even Dartmouth is at 89% full and the Hume nearly always fills.Is it a problem for flooding down the track if we have even an average or good filling season, or do you think that releases can be manageable? http://www.g-mwater.com.au/water-resour ... age-levels Hi oozz77. What is the level of the Hume at present.. Predictions are saying dry winter, hope not if going to have 3 dry Springs...
Heavy rain and thunderstorms drenching inland QLDBen McBurney, Sunday September 21, 2014 - 12:25 ESTThe best rain in half a year is likely in parts of central and southern Queensland over the next two days as heavy rain and thunderstorms develop over the region.A cold pool of upper air is interacting with a trough and humid easterlies sourced off the Coral Sea to generate heavy thunderstorms today and on Monday.The state's southern inland will see the focus of activity today, before spreading to central parts tomorrow.Widespread falls of 20-50mm are likely across the next 48 hours in districts including the...
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