The mighty Murray River is in major flood at the moment.
Today it will peak at Tocumwal.
This is only the fifth time since records began in 1870 that the Murray River at Tocumwal has been hit by a major flood. Tocumwal itself is protected by a levee bank but the main highway across the state border is now closed due to flood water.
I hope that you and yours can stay safe.ReplyDelete
Too little water, or too much. Both can be devastating.
Ick..... Hope it goes down soon.ReplyDelete
This is wonderful. I am so glad I was at Tocumwall recently to see the difference!ReplyDelete
hope all goes well and river goes down to its original position soon .ReplyDelete
floods are scary in my country during monsoon .may God bless all from its harm
I met this problem in Western Australia back in 1998 north of Shark Bay and was quite bemused by the fact that it was simply impossible to drive up (or down) the West of the country for days.ReplyDelete
I hope there wasn't anybody who badly in effect!ReplyDelete
The weather now of days is either too much or too little.ReplyDelete
Sure hope your house is far away from the river, up on a hill. Stay safe.ReplyDelete
Mighty impressive. The Murray needs it. I hope people's livelihoods are not effected too badly.ReplyDelete
Wow! Interesting weather all over the globe! Hope all is well for you!ReplyDelete
I have read (or seen in the movies) that when the river flooded there, no one can go anywhere because the roads are under water. It might be the very difficult time for all of you.ReplyDelete
Hope the water will go down soon.
Prayers for all those affected.ReplyDelete