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Coromandel Weather Update #9

Coromandel Weather Update #9


Thursday 12 June, 5:40am


State Highway 25 road closures

SH 25 Sh25a Intersection Hikuai To Tairua Closed
Due To Flooding This Part Of The Highway Is Closed. Avoid The Area If Possible Or Delay Your Trip.
Follow Detour.
12 Jun 2014 04:43 Until further notice
SH 25a Thames To Sh25 Junction Road Closed
Due To A Slip This Section Of Highway Has Been Closed. Avoid The Area Or Delay Your Trip.
12 Jun 2014 01:49 Until further notice
Extra one in case you need it:
SH 29 Kaimai Range Both Directions
Due To A Major Slip On The Lower Kaimai Range, This Part Of The State Highway Is Closed For Traffic Travelling In Either Direction. Avoid The Area If Possible Or Delay Your Trip.
North/eastbound Traffic Follow Detour Onto Sh28, To Sh5 And Back Up Sh36. Or Reverse Order If Travelling South/westbound. - If Travelling From Auckland Use Sh2 11
Jun 2014 21:50 Until further notice
Road not closed but under caution
SH 25 Kopu
Flooding. Road Is Now Open But Contractors Are Monitoring The Situation And Caution Is Still Required.
12 Jun 2014 02:36 Until further notice

Useful links
Metservice (Rain radar)
NZTA (New Zealand Transport Agency - State Highway)
PowerCo
Rainfall Readings


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