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Torrential rain is continuing to lash North Queensland, causing flash-flooding and cutting roads. The big wet has arrived in earnest with producers saying the weather patterns resembled a more traditional wet season, not seen in years. The first cyclone of the season crossed the coast near Karumba on January 3, delivering widespread rain across the Gulf before making it to the North Queensland coast. Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist James Thompson said wet weather would continue in the north this week. He said the heaviest falls were recorded around the north tropical coast between Innisfail and Ingham this week, with flood warnings issued for the Lower Herbert, Tully and Murray rivers. The…



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