114mm of rain in the 24 hours to 9am Saturday morning has been followed by just shy of 120mm in the 23 hours since. So despite a massive amount of water draining off the courses yesterday we are actually back to being a little worse off today. But still the fact that upstream of the Tweed River haven't been getting the amount of rain we have means that the river is staying low and allowing us to drain quickly. Or as fast as a virtually dead flat piece of land can.
Photos below are of 15R fairway yesterday morning and again at 5pm yesterday afternoon showing how much water had moved. It is totally inundated again this morning so back to square one.
|15R 5pm Saturday March 20.|