A thunderstorm led by damaging and destructive winds over 120km/h is a “high risk” of hitting Canberra this afternoon, according to the BOM.
Expect rain and wind to continue Saturday with a “vigorous” cold front making its way over the ACT expected to pass by Sunday.
A plethora of rivers rose and roads closed as steady, heavy rain poured causing minor flooding across the Canberra region this past weekend.
Icon Water has advised that due to the heavy rain over the past three days infiltrating the sewerage system, the Lower Molonglo Water Quality Control Centre treatment plant was expected to discharge...
With moderate, “welcome” rain predicted for Canberra over the weekend, minor flooding is “possible” for the Queanbeyan and Molonglo rivers.
Kambah’s drive-through COVID-19 testing clinic will be closed from Friday 7 August and will reopen on Monday 10 August due to forecast wet weather.
Severe weather recorded across the ACT and NSW South Coast has backed off as the deep low-pressure system responsible moves away from the coast.
Get the winter blankets ready and batten down the hatches Canberra, because some cold, windy weather will follow once this rain passes late tomorrow.
Canberra faces a cold, windy weekend with even a scattering of snow across the Brindabellas, as more rain is scheduled to hit the Territory this afternoon.