Issued: 4:30pm AEST on Friday 12 August 2022
Tasmania’s japanese and southern areas are forecast to have moist and windy situations on Sunday attributable to a low-pressure system anticipated close to the east or northeast of Tasmania.
The forecast on Sunday is for 24-hour rainfall totals of 30-50 mm with remoted increased falls doable, notably on elevated floor. The main focus of the heaviest rainfall shall be across the southeast.
With catchments already comparatively moist, rivers are prone to be attentive to any quantity of rainfall and a Flood Watch has been issued for components of japanese and southern Tasmania.
Minor flooding is predicted within the Flood Watch space with an opportunity of remoted average flooding.
A Highway Climate Alert for lowered visibility in heavy rain might be issued on Sunday.
Sturdy south-easterly winds are additionally probably on Sunday with a slight probability of damaging winds.
The Bureau continues to observe the positioning of the low-pressure system.
Situations are anticipated to ease on Monday.
Communities are suggested to remain updated with the newest forecasts and warnings by way of the Bureau’s web site and BOM climate app and comply with the recommendation of emergency companies.