THE Condamine River certainly showed the benefits of 34mm of rainfall at Carrs Lookout Monday, with the Queen’s Park weir overflowing yesterday afternoon.

The Bureau of Meteorology reported a flood warning was still current at time of printing last night for the Lower Condamine River, with a possible afternoon shower expected today and thundery rain tomorrow.

Weatherzone’s seven-day forecast is predicting even more showers on Friday, with a 90 per cent chance of between 20 and 40mm of rain for the Rose City.

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Official 24-hour rainfall figures to 9am yesterday:

Carrs Lookout: 34mm

Allora: 18mm

Warwick: 14mm

Clifton: 12mm

Emu Vale: 8mm

Killarney: 6.6mm

Dalveen: 4.6mm

Applethorpe: 1.2mm


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