Ex-Tropical Cyclone Seth

Owti Abc Stats
Date & Year
29 December 2021
Emergency Make Safes Received
Properties Assessed
Homes Repaired
Seth 2021 12 31 0335z

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Seth

Tropical Cyclone Seth was a tropical cyclone for a little over 24 hours in the Coral Sea but its entire track lasted 15 days. The most significant impacts were severe flooding in southeast Queensland and hazardous surf along the southern Queensland and northern New South Wales coast. The low was responsible for onset of the monsoon over Darwin and the Top End.

The most significant hazards during this event were:

Heavy rainfall and associated flooding in southeastern Queensland as the low moved over land. Intense flooding occurred on the Mary River. Daily falls exceeded 400 mm to 9am AEST on 8 January, including at Marodian 674 mm, Mt Kanigan 650 mm, Miva 572 mm and Glenwood 523 mm.

Hazardous surf and coastal inundation on southern Queensland and northern New South Wales coast on 2-5 January.

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