Weather Warnings - Flood Warning for WA

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

Final Flood Watch For Parts Of Pilbara Coast
Issued at 11:33 AM WST on Tuesday 18 June 2024
Flood Watch Number: 4
WIDESPREAD FLOODING NO LONGER EXPECTED

Rain and thunderstorms are slowly easing across the Flood Watch area.
Showers and thunderstorms with moderate falls remain possible during the remainder of Tuesday and into Wednesday as the rain band moves east, however widespread heavy falls are not expected.
Localised flooding and disruption to transport routes across parts of the Flood Watch area may persist over the next couple of days, however further significant river and creek level rises are not expected. Check road conditions before travelling.

Flooding is no longer expected in the:
Onslow Coast
Lyndon-Minilya Rivers

This flood watch is available by dialling 1300 659 213. For more information on the Flood Watch Service visit http://www.bom.gov.au/water/floods/floodWarningServices.shtml

Flood Safety Advice:
Current river levels are available from Department of Water and Environmental Regulation at www.water.wa.gov.au/maps-and-data/monitoring/river-level-monitoring
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.emergency.wa.gov.au/}

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

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