Parts of Southern Downs hit with 103mm in 24 hours

THE Southern Downs has enjoyed a drenching of rain over the past few days, with Killarney receiving 103mm in 24 hours as of 9am this morning.

The Rose City received just over 3mm of rain since yesterday evening but there will be more rain to come over the weekend.

The heaviest falls will be along the New South Wales border with up to 20mm in parts of the region expected in the next day.

Weatherzone officials said residents should be aware of brief flash flooding and the slight chance of damaging winds tomorrow afternoon.

The low pressure trough will start to move north east by Saturday morning, bringing lower falls of about 5mm to Warwick over the weekend.

There will be a chance of showers and thunderstorms moving into Sunday and early next week as the trough moves back to the west.

Rainfalls to 9am on November 5


  • Warwick 3.2mm
  • Wallangara 2.2mm
  • Stanthorpe 13mm
  • Yangan 23mm
  • Killarney 103mm

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