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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Clarence in Flood @ 4am


Grafton is experiencing it's worst flood in living memory. At 5.00am the Prince St Gauge was 7.8m and rising. The Bureau has predicted 7.9m at 9.00am, our levee system is around 8.1m high: it's going to be close.

15 comments:

  1. This is very scary. Praying for the best for you all.

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  2. You've been up early Mark .... hopefully it won't reach 8.1m .... too much rain in too short a time.

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  3. Hi Mark, I have a photo of the Yamba house for you if you like I can email it through? Hope you guys are safe & dry.

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  4. Well I have been out digging ditches this morning, & over the weekend. By now you will know the worst, I hope you have faired well.
    Take care.
    Regards, Keith.
    http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/storm-in-forest.html

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  5. rising flood water is more scary when it's still dark. Southern Philippines has been flooding since December---i guess the problem affects us all.

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  6. Hope it has not been as bad as anticipated.

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  7. Stunning Mark. You've done a fabulous job with those incredible reflections.

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  8. Scary indeed. Hope everything goes well. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  9. The weather has been crazy these past three years. Hope everything is okay.

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  10. Your photo is beautiful. I hope everything is well.

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  11. Sorry Mark, not sure if pic came through, what's the email again?!

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