Final Flood Bulletin Explained
This is a final flood watch, no further watches will be issued for this event.
What are Flood Warnings
Flood Warnings are issued by the Bureau to advise that flooding is occurring or expected to occur in a geographical area based on defined criteria. Flood Warnings may include either qualitative or quantitative predictions or may include a statement about future flooding that is more generalised. The type of prediction provided depends on the quality of real-time rainfall and river level data, the capability of rainfall and hydrological forecast models and the level of service required.
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Flood Warning Bureau Products
The Bureau of Meteorology provides flood forecasting and warning services for most major rivers in Australia.
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Things you can do before a flood
If you live, work or visit a flood‐prone area there are 8 tips you can do NOW to prepare for floods:
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There are a range of official warnings and natural warning signs to be aware of in case flooding affects you in future.
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Look out for each other
Who are your neighbours and the people you need to consider in times of emergency:
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