Sydney Weather: Suburb Evacuation Orders, Road and Rail Updates

Evacuation orders are in effect for suburban Sydney, while road and train closures are widespread. Here is a complete list.

A fierce east coast low weather system is hitting a large expanse of the New South Wales coastline.

But he has saved most of his climate anger for Sydney and Illawarra.

Forecasters have said dire conditions will continue on Monday, with up to 100mm of rain in Sydney, 150mm possible in Wollongong and up to 200mm in isolated pockets elsewhere.

Those totals can be added to the large amount of rain that has fallen in recent days.

One man was killed and flash and river flooding occurred in Sydney and beyond.

“The next 24 hours will decide how high the flooding will be along the Hawkesbury River, such as around Richmond, where water levels have already risen substantially,” he said. sky news weather Meteorologist Rob Sharp.

“And they could go a lot further, depending on how much they drop with this system.”

Here we have compiled a list of all the suburbs affected by evacuation orders, the location of evacuation centers, and the roads and public transportation affected by the weather.

Weather for Monday in affected areas of New South Wales

The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a series of severe weather warnings in the wake of East Coast Low.

The weather system made landfall late on Sunday and is forecast to linger for another day, before moving steadily north.

The low has weakened, but the trough continues to direct moist air toward the coast, bringing moderate to heavy rain. Drier air will gradually push north along the New South Wales coast during the afternoon, wiping most of the rain from the Illawarra, Blue Mountains and Sydney regions by late afternoon.

The BOM said that although rainfall rates have generally decreased, heavy falls are still possible in the Illawarra region, the Blue Mountains, Sydney, the central coast and parts of Hunter. Total precipitation every six hours between 60 and 100 mm is possible, which could cause flooding.

The low is causing very strong waves that can cause localized damage and coastal erosion.

Wave heights are likely to be significant, over five meters, with maximum periods around 11 seconds.

Flood Evacuation Orders

The State Emergency Service (SES) has issued more than 50 warnings and evacuation orders across the Sydney Basin, starting at 7am on Monday.

People have been ordered to evacuate the following areas. Please note that evacuation time may vary, so check with SES.

– Lower Hawkesbury area downstream of Wisemans Ferry

– Riverstone Parts

– Parts of Pitt Town (south end) and Pitt Town Bottoms

– Agnes Banks Parts

– South Maroota (west)

– Parts of Cattai (Riverside Caravan Park)

– Parts of Lower Portland (northeast)

– Parts of Penrith – Peach Tree Creek South

– Central part of Yarramundi

– Parts of Emu Heights (north)

– Parts of Emu Plains (northeast)

– Sackville (north and northeast, Tizanna Rd, Madeline Pl)

– Parts of Sackville North (Mud Hill Rd, Pages Wharf Rd)

– Lower Portland (east and north, east side of the Hawkesbury River)

– Parts of Leets Vale

– Cumberland Reach

– Parts of Oakville (Saunders Rd)

– Windsor (north part)

– Parts of Ebenezer (Tizanna Rd, Hendrens Rd, Ebenezers Wharf Rd, Coromandel Road, Port Erringhi Road)

– Lower Freemans Reach

– North Richmond (parts of Terrace Road)

– Cornwallis and eastern part of Richmond Lowlands

– Western part of the Richmond Lowlands

– North of Bligh Park

– Punta Gronos

– Plow and Harrow Dam

– Pleasure Point Parts

– Bents Basin Area

– Parts of Wallacia

– Parts of Camden (Ellisa la, Christopher Ave, Edward St, Sheathers Lane, Chellaston and Cawdor, Cut Hill and Cobbity)

– Lower parts of Woronora

– Parts of Georges Hall

– Parts of Lansvale

– Parts of Moorebank

– Part of Chipping Norton

– Parts of Warwick Farm

Flood Evacuation Centers

The SES has set up several evacuation centers in the parts of Sydney affected by the floods.

These are:

– Canley Vale – Cabra-Vale Diggers Club, 1 Bartley Street, Canley Vale

– Narellan – Community and Family Center, Queen Street, Narellan

– Gymea – Gymea Tradies Club, Kingsway Gymea

– Richmond – Richmond Club, Market Street, Richmond

– North Richmond – North Richmond Community Center, William Street, North Richmond

– Castle Hill RSL – 77 Castle Street, Castle Hill

You can find a complete and up-to-date list of evacuation warnings, evacuation orders, and evacuation centers at SES NSW website.

Roads, trains and other means of transport affected by the weather

Road closures in Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle (starting at 7 a.m. Monday)

– Bilpin – Bells Line of Road is closed in both directions due to a downed tree near Powells Road.

– Windsor – Windsor Bridge is closed between Wilberforce Road and George Street. Sections of Wilberforce and Pitt Town highways are also closed.

– North Richmond – The Richmond Bridge is closed in both directions.

– Yarramundi – The Yarramundi Bridge is closed in both directions.

– Milperra – Newbridge Road/Milperra Road is closed between Ashford Ave and Governor Macquarie Drive.

– Wallacia to Glenmore Park – Mulgoa Road is closed in both directions between Park Road/Silverdale Road and Glenmore Parkway

– Georges Hall – Henry Lawson Drive is closed between Milperra Road and Hume Highway.

– East Hills: Henry Lawson Drive is closed between Wester Street and Cheatle Street.

Between Narrabeen and Oxford Falls, the Wakehurst Parkway is closed in both directions. Oxford Falls Road is also closed.

– In the Royal National Park, Audley Weir is closed in both directions.

– Whittingham – Golden Highway closed in both directions between New England Highway and Putty Road.

– Beamont-Moss Vale Road is closed in both directions due to a downed tree on Green Valley Road.

Train, ferry and bus changes in Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle (starting at 7 a.m. Monday)

– Several buses near St Marys have also been rerouted and are missing stops due to flooding.

– T1 Western Line: Limited buses replace trains between Emu Plains and Penrith due to a problem with a train at Penrith.

– Southern Highlands Line: Trains do not run between Campbelltown and Moss Vale due to flooding.

– Hunter Line: Trains do not run between Newcastle Interchange, Scone and Dungog in both directions due to flooding on the Sandgate tracks.

– F1 Manly Ferries – Buses are replacing ferries between Circular Quay and Manly due to heavy swell

– Parramatta River Ferries F3 – Alternate transportation is operating between Parramatta and Rydalmere due to dam overflow.

– Many bus services are affected by flooding in Sydney and may be diverted at short notice or terminated early.

check the Transport for NSW website for the latest information

Originally published as Sydney Weather: Suburbs Under Evacuation Orders, Latest Weather, Road & Transport Updates

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