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29 May 2022 20:05
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    South Australians are bracing for severe thunderstorms that could cause flash flooding in the Eyre Peninsula and the North West Pastoral district

    South Australians are bracing for severe thunderstorms that could cause flash flooding in the Eyre Peninsula and the North West Pastoral district


    The State Emergency Service has warned that the remnants of Cyclone Tiffany are likely to produce heavy rainfall in Port Lincoln, Whyalla, Cleve, Woomera, Tumby Bay and Kimba in the hours ahead.

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