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SES warning ahead of predicted heavy rainfall

THE State Emergency Service is encouraging people to be prepared and informed with potentially heavy rainfall forecast for this weekend. Tasmania SES assistant director Leon Smith said early weather forecasts for the weekend predicted a significant low-pressure system to reach Tasmania on Saturday, crossing the state into Sunday. “With a

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Updated weather advice from the SES

TASMANIANS have been urged to continue to prepare their properties with a third storm front with strong winds and rain expected to cross the state later today (Monday). Overnight, the Tasmanian State Emergency Service received 10 callouts after record-breaking winds up to 143km/h were reported in Strahan and up to

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SES warning about driving conditions, high winds and tides

THE State Emergency Service has called on Tasmanians to take note of current weather warnings, with damaging and potentially destructive winds, abnormally high tides and hazardous driving conditions on the way. “Today’s damaging winds have mostly eased for now, but please stay vigilant as there is more to come,” SES

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Warning of possible Monday thunderstorm

MONDAY UPDATE: The Bureau of Meteorology has cancelled its severe thunderstorm warning for today. Showers and a possible thunderstorm remain forecast this afternoon and evening for New Norfolk and Ouse. EARLIER: TASMANIANS have been urged to prepare for the possibility of severe thunderstorm activity across the state tomorrow (Monday). “Advice

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Flood advice issued for area from Hamilton to New Norfolk

A Flood Advice – Monitor Conditions has been issued for Hamilton to New Norfolk and surrounds by Tasmania SES. The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a minor flood warning for the River Derwent. River levels are rising and minor flooding is likely along the River Clyde and River Derwent. Locations

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Ouse threat downgraded to Advice level

A Flood Advice – Reduced Threat has been issued for Ouse and surrounds by Tasmania SES. The Bureau of Meteorology has issued that no further flooding is expected in the River Ouse. Locations likely to be impacted are: Ouse and surrounds. SES advises people in these areas that river levels

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Flood Watch and Act message for Ouse and surrounds

A Flood Watch and Act – Monitor conditions as they are changing has been issued for Ouse and surrounds by Tasmania SES. The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a moderate flood warning for the River Ouse. Locations likely to be impacted are Ouse and surrounds During the next few days:

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