Floods spark feral pig warning
The storm was forecast to hit the north Queensland coast from the south Queensland coast overnight, with isolated winds of up to 80km/h. The storm is expected to become stronger as it heads north towards Queensland.
A total of 30mm of rain is expected overnigh카지노 사이트t, according to weather.com.au.
The storm was also due to move off northern Australia in the coming hours and the cyclone has yet to form in the lower 48 states.
The storm was not expected to cause major flooding on its path, but more rain would make for slippery conditions at some places.
Weather.com.au was reporting that parts of the coast could become flooded and roads could be closed.
In Adelaide, hundreds of motorists were forced to rely on walkers to navigate out of their flooded areas.
There is also danger of flash flooding at areas that have flooded in the past.
At least six deaths were reported across Queensland as a result of storm surge this week.
Flooding and power outages in the region caused by Storm Benji in the past has resulted in thousands of customers losing power.
Flooding in Townsville has made roads impassable as the river in its path comes around the bend. Residents said the road was filled with water from the storm.
The South Australian council’s acting council leader, Geoff Mackay, said people were urged to be as vigilant as possible.
«We’ve had flooding in Townsville over the years but never this high,» he said.
«All roads and access are controlled, including that of public transport.
«The roads will be cleared if visibility is high.
«Vehicles need to drive and pedestrians need to stay in their own lane. Waterlogged and swamped people need to stay calm and calm out.
«There will be a lot of work, if you have problems with roads don’t be afraid to go to the ATC Centre and report it.»