Local river heights and more snow

Filed in Just In by June 11, 2021

YESTERDAY local rivers rose and more snow fell on the Barrington, Murrurundi and around Tinagroo.

More snow has settled at Tomulla.

At Tomulla on the Barrington, yesterday there was approximately 8, with locals waking up to more snowfall and a snow cover that had doubled and very slippery conditions.

Most of the local rivers peaked upstream yesterday and downstream early this morning.

For the full rundown of the main rivers, see below:    

Dartbrook at Yarrandi

  • 0.35m – June 7
  • 2.49m – June 10 at 12:51pm

Hunter River at Moonan Dam site

  • 0.89m – June 7
  • 1.52m – June 11 at 7am

Hunter River at Belltrees

  • 0.18m – June 7
  • 1.06m – June 10 at 11:30pm

Hunter River at Aberdeen

  • 1.63m – June 7
  • 4.58m – June 10 at 11:15am

Pages River at Blandford

  • 0.87m – June 7
  • 4.4m – June 10 at 10am

Pages River at U/S Kewell Creek

  • 1.09m – June 7
  • 3.02m – June 10 at 3pm

Pages River at Gundy

  • 0.45 – June 7
  • 2.68m – June 11 at 6:30am

Isis at lower Timor

  • 0.57m – June 7
  • 2.68m – June 11 at 12:05am

Isis at Stick Me Up Bridge

  • 0.38m – June 7
  • 1.59m – June 10 at 3pm

Kingdon Ponds at Wingen

  • -0.24m – June 7
  • 0.48m – June 10 at 10:12pm

Kingdon Ponds at Parkville

  • 0.62m – June 7
  • 2.09m – June 10 at 12:06pm

Kingdon Ponds at Scone

  • 0.28m – June 7
  • 2.03m – June 11 at 5:13am

Merriwa River U/S Vallances Creek

  • 0.42m – June 7
  • 2.57m – June 11 at 4am

Middlebrook at Cressfield

  • 0.46m – June 7
  • 1.53m – June 10 at 9.48am

Moonan Brook at Moonan Brook

  • 0.52m – June 7
  • 0.68m – June 9 at 6:15am

Rouchel Brook at Rouchel Brook

  • 0.38m – June 7
  • 0.77m – June 10 at 3:30pm

 

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