Heavy rain across Western Australia's Kimberley region has prompted flood warnings with roads blocked and some communities cut off.
Emergency WA says while there have been no significant falls over the past 24 hours, more rain is forecast in the coming days for the Fitzroy River catchment.
River levels peaked at 11.7 metres on Monday but should be below 9.5 metres by Thursday.
"Over the next few days rainfall is expected to return to the usual seasonal pattern with showers and isolated thunderstorms," authorities said.
"Isolated daily rainfall totals of up to 40 mm are possible.
"River rises and areas of flooding have adversely affected road conditions. Some roads may be impassable and some communities may be isolated."
Roads closed include the Great Northern Highway from the Derby Highway to Fitzroy Crossing and from Fitzroy Crossing to Halls Creek and the Gibb River Road from Mt Barnett to Pentecost River and from the Meda Station turn off to Mt Barnett.
Locals have been urged to watch for changes in water levels and be ready to evacuate if necessary.