Narrabri Weather News
- ROADS UPDATE: As at 11.00am Friday 21 February 2020, Narrabri Shire Council would like to advise that the local road network has been affected by recent rain as follows;
* SR1 Millie Road – closed to all traffic
* SR3 Mellburra Road – open use extreme caution (damaged surface)
* SR4 Spring Plains Road – open with caution to 4WD vehicles only (unsealed section)
* SR9 Bald Hill Road – closed to all traffic Due to flooding at Galathera Creek and Ten Mile Creek and significant structural damaged at Spring Creek Bridge area
* SR14 Black Mountain Creek Road – open with caution
* SR15 Therribri Road – closed to all traffic
* SR16 Browns Lane – closed to all traffic
* SR22 Braymont Road – closed to all traffic
* SR45 Nowley Road – closed to all traffic
* SR 102 Boggy Creek Road – closed to all traffic
* SR 112 Ten Mile Lane – closed to all traffic
* SR107 Waiwera Lane – closed to all traffic
* Sale Yards Lane, Narrabri – open with caution
* SR123 Trevena Lane – open with caution
* SR144 Tea Tree Gully Road – closed to all traffic
* MR127 Pilliga Road – opened with caution
* MR357 Rangari Road – open to all traffic
* Old Cemetery Road closed to all traffic
Motorists are advised to proceed with caution on all Narrabri Shire roads.
- Useful Rain Links: Here's a few links you may find useful:
- NSW/QLD Radar Composite: Shows rainfall throughout the wider region.
- Rainfall/River Heights: A useful resource from the BOM, including river height data ((NB: We've been informed the Glencoe Wee Waa gauge is not reporting correctly).
- NSW Extremes: Monitor the NSW and national locations with the highest rainfall.
- Android Radar App: Radar/satellite app for Android.
- Mt Kaputar Update: NPWS has advised that Sawn Rocks picnic area and walking trail have reopened. The rest of the park remains closed until 28 February. See the National Parks website for further information.
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