November 20 2022
Good Morning Readers,
Today will have a maximum temperature of 20 degrees with Shower or two conditions and winds are expected to be up to around 40km/h in the Riverina.
The UV Index is expected to reach 10 (Very High).
Temperatures and the weather from tomorrow are the following
Monday – Min 8 Max 17 (Early Shower or two)
Tuesday – Min 6 Max 19 (Becoming Cloudy)
Wednesday – Min 9 Max 21 (Cloudy)
Thursday – Min 9 Max 25 (Partly Cloudy)
Friday – Min 11 Max 30 (Mostly Sunny)
Saturday – Min 16 Max 29 (Partly Cloudy)
26.8mm of rain fell around town over the course of yesterday.
6154 customers lost power at 6:08pm last night and another 1982 customers lost power to the west of town.
The height of the Edward River as of 6am is 9.08m, it is up 14cm from the same time yesterday.
The current advice from the BoM is “The Edward River at Deniliquin may exceed the major flood level (9.40 metres) early next week (21-22 November). The river level may reach 9.60 metres around 24-26 November, with major flooding. Further rises are possible.”
If you would like to help with sandbagging efforts, go to Saleyard rd between 9am and 5pm today and bring a hat, sunscreen & a water bottle with you.
Keep an eye on places like the ERC FB page for news and information on the flooding situation.
Want to know the early history of the Federal Hotel? Pick up a copy of a book that tells you all about it from Deniliquin Florist for $40 plus free delivery.
If you’re looking for Deniliquin’s Hotel History or other bits from our website like bottle history, they have moved to denihistory.com you’ll also find scans of over twenty postcards of the town there too and information on a variety of topics.
Be safe out there and enjoy your Sunday.