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05 December 2010

Ipswich flood threat eases

Australian Government

Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

FLOOD WARNING FOR THE LAIDLEY, LOCKYER AND WARRILL CREEKS AND BREMER RIVER

Issued at 12:50 PM on Sunday the 5th of December 2010
by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane.

The rainfall has eased during Sunday morning, with creek levels also generally easing.

Some minor to moderate flooding remains on Lockyer Creek at Glenore
Grove, the Warrego Highway on Laidley Creek, Warrill Creek at Harrisville, and
at Rosewood on the Bremer River.

River levels downstream through to Ipswich will
remain well below minor flood level during Sunday.

Some minor flooding continues to rise on Lockyer Creek at Glenore Grove, and minor flooding is peaking on Laidley Creek at the Warrego Highway.

Moderate flooding is also peaking on Warrill Creek at Harrisville, with minor flood levels continuing to rise downstream at Churchbank Weir.

Moderate flooding has also peaked on the Bremer River at Rosewood, with minor
flood levels continuing to rise downstream at Five Mile Bridge at Walloon. River levels downstream through to Ipswich will remain well below minor flood level during Sunday.

Weather Forecast:

Rain easing to showers with the chance of an afternoon thunderstorm.

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