For instance, here's the current Victorian Water Storage Levels:
The table below will indicate current storage levels in our Water Storages and is updated on a daily basis:
https://www.g-mwater.com.au/water-resou ... age-levels
And, apparently we are about to experience a "Probable" La Niña event ..
"GMW urges dam owners to prepare for possible La Niña"
Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) is urging customers with dams on their properties to prepare for flooding that could take place if a La Niña weather pattern develops.
The call comes in the wake of a Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) forecast upgrading its La Niña outlook from watch to alert this month.
The BOM alert cites criteria for a La Niña weather pattern that indicates a 70 per cent likelihood this will occur ..
La Niña is a weather pattern that will most likely bring increased rainfall and increase the likelihood of widespread flooding. Intense rain events and flood events could lead to rapid filling of dams, thereby increasing the risk of dam failure. BOM issues an alert for La Nina when three out of four criteria are met ...