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#1479877 - 13/12/2018 14:51 Cut-off Low Victoria 13 : 12 : 2018
jim Offline
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Certainly wet at Eldorado, Vic from the cut-off lowó180.8 mm between 2.15 am & 10.15 am. Flash flooding with some building damage. Still looks like we could get some more with storms around. Before this rain we had received only 396.8 mm for the year. Our average for a year is 660.85 mm after 122 years of continuous records. Prior to this, our wettest ever month was February 1939 when we recorded 231 mm. This month stands at 191.6 mm at present.
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#1479910 - 13/12/2018 16:19 Re: Cut-off Low Victoria 13 : 12 : 2018 [Re: jim]
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Storms should be arriving back in your patch about now Jim.

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#1479935 - 13/12/2018 17:25 Re: Cut-off Low Victoria 13 : 12 : 2018 [Re: jim]
jim Offline
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Yeah, got that Petros. Just waiting for a clear patch to check gauge again. Cheers
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#1480044 - 13/12/2018 20:13 Re: Cut-off Low Victoria 13 : 12 : 2018 [Re: jim]
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Registered: 27/08/2003
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Loc: Adelaide Hills
Originally Posted By: jim
Certainly wet at Eldorado, Vic from the cut-off lowó180.8 mm between 2.15 am & 10.15 am. Flash flooding with some building damage. Still looks like we could get some more with storms around. Before this rain we had received only 396.8 mm for the year. Our average for a year is 660.85 mm after 122 years of continuous records. Prior to this, our wettest ever month was February 1939 when we recorded 231 mm. This month stands at 191.6 mm at present.

It is likely a relatively major weather event for the area / district and more broadly in pockets. The Ovens River through Wangaratta rose from 8 to 10 metres today, prior to that is was mostly flat, extending back to Sunday, or further. And it's not the only gauge showing those sorts of changes.

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