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Heavy rain drenches Bundaberg Region overnight

rainfall totals Bundaberg
Bundaberg received more than 82mm, Bargara 29mm and Moore Park Beach felt the brunt of the wet weather with over 200mm of rainfall overnight.

Parts of the region saw 200mm of rainfall overnight compared to just 1mm for the whole month of November last year.

According to a Bureau of Meteorology spokesperson, Bundaberg received more than 82mm, Bargara 29mm and Moore Park Beach felt the brunt of the wet weather with over 200mm of rainfall.

Moore Park Road is currently closed due to flash flooding.

The BOM spokesperson said the rainfall total was a far cry from the 2020 November figures, with only 1mm falling throughout the entire month.

“On average, the Bundaberg Region experiences about 82.4mm during the month of November, with these records dating back to 1942,” the spokesperson said.

More rain is forecast for the region later today, with the BOM predicting possible showers this afternoon and the chance of a thunderstorm.

During weather events residents can head to the Bundaberg Regional Council Disaster Dashboard for the latest updates and contact information from relevant agencies.

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