Severe Weather Eases05/06/2019 05:06 AM
This morning the severe weather warning for Mid North Coast, Hunter, Metropolitan and Illawarra locations has been cancelled and winter is officially here.
Some showers will continue along coast with a chance of isolated thunderstorms about the central and northern coast, however winds and large waves have eased.
Overnight NSW SES received a total 16 jobs since 7:30pm 4/6/2019.
Since the start of this weather event (Monday) the NSW SES has responded to over 540 jobs, locations impacted the most include:
- Sutherland - 50 jobs
- St Georges Basin - 24 jobs
- Shellharbour - 20 jobs
- Warringah-Pittwater - 20 jobs
The majority of these jobs relate to roof damage and trees down. We have also a number of calls for play equipment, such as trampolines, flying around properties due to strong winds. It is important that people take the time to tie down or secure any loose items that can blow away by strong wind. Learn more
Current Weather Warnings
- Severe Weather Warning for Damaging Surf and Damaging Winds for Lord Howe Island.
- Hazardous Surf Warning for New South Wales is still current. People should consider staying out of the water and avoid walking near surf-exposed areas.
To keep current with all the warnings please visit the Bureau of Meteorology
This morning, you will notice it's still wet and slippery on the roads. NSW SES are urging motorist to take care when commuting and to plan your trip using Live Traffic NSW
For emergency help in flood and storm emergencies, please phone NSW SES on 132 500.
Learn more about When to Call NSW SES.