The ESA is warning of the risk of flooding tonight [although we note they’re in an alternate universe where it’s Thursday 13 October 2010]:
The ACT State Emergency Service (ACT SES) has called on the community to be
prepared for the possibility of flash flooding in the ACT and surrounding region in the next
“The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting heavy rain across the ACT tonight and have
issued a Flood Watch for the ACT and south east NSW,” ACT SES Chief Officer Tony
“The ‘Flood Watch’ advice is that local flooding is expected in south east NSW and the
ACT tonight and tomorrow,” he said.
“The forecast of heavy rainfall could mean we receive something in the order of 50
millimetres of rain overnight with winds of 55-60kph expected to be associated with this
If you need SES help call 132 500, and if you take cool photos send them to firstname.lastname@example.org .