RAIN is easing along the Mid-North Coast but authorities have warned of the potential for localisedd flash flooding.
Heavy rain might lead to flash flooding on the Mid-North Coast and Northern Rivers districts, the Bureau of Meteorology has said.
Places that may be affected include Forster, Port Macquarie, Kempsey, Coffs Harbour, Grafton and Tweed Heads.
The situation is easing and rainfall totals will be less than yesterday, but there is still the potential for localised flash flooding.
Dangerous surf conditions, hazardous for coastal activities such as swimming, surfing and rock fishing, are expected through the week.
Rainfall totals from 9am Saturday to 9am Sunday include: Mooral Creek (northwest of Taree) 329mm, Mount Seaview (west of Port Macquarie) 230mm, Comboyne Public School 209mm.
KEMPSEY: In the lower Macleay Valley, rainfall up to 133mm has been recorded since 3pm Saturday afternoon. Rainfall rates have eased since 3am this morning. This will result in moderate flooding at Kempsey.
At Georges Creek, river levels peaked near 6.8 metres midday today with minor flooding.
At Bellbrook, River levels peaked near 6.5 metres around 11am Sunday.
BELLINGEN: Rain has eased across the Bellinger River catchment since 5am Sunday and only light rain recorded over the last 12 hours.
Minor flooding is current at Thora and Bellingen and river levels are expected to remain above their minor flood levels overnight Sunday.
TAREE and WINGHAM: Minor flooding is current along the Manning River at Wingham where the river was 8.86 metres and falling slowly at 12.45pm Sunday.
The Manning River at Taree peaked near 3.13 metres around 5.30am Sunday with moderate flooding.
NAMBUCCA: An average of 70 millimetres of rain has fallen during the past 24 hours to 6am Sunday. However, the rain has eased since 3am Sunday.
This rain is expected to cause minor to moderate flooding at Bowraville as the Bowraville Lane Bridge river height was tipped to hit 5.7 metres on Sunday.
BULADELAH: Minor flooding has eased on the Myall River at Bulahdelah. The river dropped below the minor flood level at 8.30am Sunday.
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