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Update five on calls for help due to wet weather

The latest advice from the Bureau of Meteorology shows no immediate threat of flooding for the ACT.

However, the outlook is for heavy rain late today, continuing overnight and into Thursday.

There is still every chance of flash flooding in the ACT once the rain intensifies.

An updated forecast from the Bureau is expected at midday today.

The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) has received a total of 49 calls for help since 3pm yesterday as a result of the wet weather.

ACTSES volunteers and ACT Fire and Rescue continue to respond with the majority of calls for leaking roofs and minor flooding across the ACT.

Residents who require assistance can call the SES on 132 500.

Update four on calls for help due to wet weather

The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) has received a total of 47 calls for help since 3pm yesterday as a result of the wet weather.

ACTSES volunteers and ACT Fire & Rescue continue to respond with the majority of calls for leaking roofs and minor flooding across a widespread area of the ACT.

Minor damage reported.

Residents who require assistance can call the ACTSES on 132 500.

Update three on calls for help due to wet weather

The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) has received a total of 35 calls for help since 3pm today as a result of the wet weather.

ACTSES volunteers and ACT Fire & Rescue continue to respond with the majority of calls for leaking roofs and minor flooding across a widespread area of the ACT.

Minor damage reported.

ACTSES volunteers will continue to work through the night.

Residents who require assistance can call the ACTSES on 132 500.

Update two on calls for help due to wet weather

The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) has received a total of 27 calls for help since 3pm today as a result of the wet weather.

ACTSES volunteers and ACT Fire & Rescue are responding to minor flooding and leaking roofs across a widespread area of the ACT.

Residents who require assistance can call the ACTSES on 132 500.