How wet is your week? South East celebrate rainfall, spring snow

Marg Craig, of Tuross Head, took this photo of a magpie 'savouring the moment' in her front yard. Picture: Marg Craig Photography.
Marg Craig, of Tuross Head, took this photo of a magpie 'savouring the moment' in her front yard. Picture: Marg Craig Photography.

Many Eurobodalla readers are excited about rainfall over Monday and Tuesday, September 16-17 and have posted on social media about how much rain they have received.

The Bureau of Meterology said Moruya Heads received 27mm, Narooma 21mm, Bodalla 32mm, Braidwood 38mm and Bega 3.8mm.

This morning on the Bay Post/Moruya Examiner's Facebook page, Jess Dwyer said she had 35mm in the Deua River Valley, Gero Mitchell said she had 19mm in her part of Narooma "and still sprinkling".

Stringer Browne celebrated 36mm in Tomakin "and still raining".

Geraldine Schirmer reported 23mm at Malua Bay.

Andrea Franke said she received 29mm, while Janice Setter reported 28mm and Jill Howell 26mm all in Moruya.

Over the mountain, Tammy Charvat was excited to report snow in Goulburn and Jarred Hawke and Harley Jack reported snow in Braidwood.

Alicia McManus said there was snow in Bungendore.

Peter Hazelton said: "You have to love an East Coast low. Every Spring just like a clock."

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