Morning Shot: Rain clouds brewing, the view from Watt Street. Picture: SuppliedTraffic: Damaged road at East Maitland,Raymond Terrace RdbetweenMetford RdandTenambit St. Gillieston Heights to Cliftleigh,Cessnock Rd (Main St)betweenRussell StandAvery Lane, the road is still closed at this location and is being reassessed regularly, however it is likely to remain closed until atleast Tuesday 5 May.
Trains: Hunter line:Trains have resumed running to the normal timetable between Hamilton and Telarah/Scone – Buses continue to replace trains between Maitland and Dungog . Passengers are advised to allow plenty of additional travel time, listen to announcements and check indicator boards.
Newcastle line:The 6:45am Hamilton to Central train has been cancelled from Broadmeadow to Morisset due to mechanical issues at Broadmeadow. The train will depart from Morisset at 7:30am. As a result, the 6:42am Gosford to Hamilton train will be cancelled from Morisset to Hamilton. Passengers are able to catch the 7:50am Morisset to Hamilton services as an alternative. Passengers should allow additional travel time, listen to station announcements and check indicator boards.
Weather: Showers expected across the region Newcastle (20 degrees), Maitland (21 degrees), Scone(20 degrees).
Beachwatch:We can expect similar beach conditions to Wednesdaywith mainly onshore winds, a few showers and lumpy waves. The wind may have a bit of west in it early but it will quickly head south-east to east with the swell from the south-east around half to one metre.The water temperature is 19 degrees.
Morning Shot: Rainclouds brewing, the view from Watt Street. Picture: Supplied
Morning Shot: Rain clouds brewing, the view from Watt Street. Picture: Supplied
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