Flights canceled and long waiting times: Misty morning in Sydney causes chaos in journeys through Australia, as fog affects airports and roads
- Fog covers Sydney on Saturday morning, causing flight and traffic delays
- The fog is expected to be cleared by noon with the city for a nice sunny day
- Further south, Melbourne is ready for a wet and windy weekend with cool temperatures
- Brisbane will be warmer and in Canberra it is expected that the temperatures will fall below zero
Flights were canceled and passengers had to deal with long delays on Saturday morning after a thick layer of fog descended on Sydney.
At least 10 flights were canceled and travelers were warned to expect a delay of at least 30 minutes at Sydney International Airport.
Those flying from the domestic airport had to wait more than 45 minutes.
Multiple airlines and both inbound and outbound flights have been affected.
Sydneysiders woke up early in the morning to the thick fog that covered the city, which was finished at 10 a.m. and revealed a clear, sunny day.
Flights were canceled and passengers had to deal with long delays on Saturday morning after a thick layer of fog descended on Sydney
Delays of up to 30 minutes have been reported at the international terminal while even longer delays of up to 45 minutes are likely for domestic flights
Multiple airlines and both inbound and outbound flights have been affected (file image)
Further south, Melbourne is ready for a wet and windy weekend with a maximum of 16 degrees on Saturday.
The coming week you will also see cool temperatures and showers with a maximum of 15 to Tuesday.
In Sydney, the dense fog affected visibility and caused delays on the roads and at the airport.
& # 39; We are currently experiencing delays due to fog. Contact your airline for flight status, & # 39; Sydney Airport tweeted at 8 am & # 39; in the morning.
Sydneysiders woke early in the morning from the dense fog that covered the city and which was finished at 10 am with a clear sunny day
Social media was flooded with images of the fog in Sydney on Saturday morning
Most of the country is looking forward to an unusually warm weekend, although Canberra will be cold
Flights to and from major destinations such as Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Canberra were affected. & # 39;
The fog is expected to be finished around noon and the city will experience a clear and warm Saturday with a maximum of 21 degrees.
Brisbane is expected to expect warmer days in the coming week with maximum temperatures in the mid-twenties and a possible shower or two on Saturday.
Adelaide is also expected to see some rain on Saturday, but will be colder with a minimum of eight and maximum in the middle of the teenage years for the next few days.
In Canberra, the mercury is expected to fall below zero early in the week.
The city will see minus minus four and minus two on Tuesday on Monday.
Perth is seeing warmer temperatures on the west coast, but it is still a cold early morning with a minimum of about 10 degrees and maxima of 19 to 19 degrees.
In Canberra, mercury is expected to fall below zero early in the week (file image)
THE WEATHER IN YOUR CITY
Saturday rain, then showers. Max14
Sunday Partly cloudy. Min8 Max15
Monday Partly cloudy. Min8 Max15
Tuesday Possible shower. Min8 Max16
Saturday possible shower. Max17
Sunday showers. Min9 Max18
Monday Pssible shower. Min10 Max19
Tuesday Partly cloudy. Min9 Max19
Saturday rain. Windy. Max16
Sunday Partly cloudy. Min8 Max15
Monday Most sunny. Min8 Max15
Tuesday, shower or two. Min9 Max15
Saturday sunny. MAX21
Sunday mostly sunny. Min13 Max19
Monday Most sunny. Min7 Max17
Tuesday Most sunny. Min7 Max18
Saturday shower or two. Max23
Sunday mostly sunny. Min14 Max25
Monday Partly cloudy. Min13 Max24
Tuesday Partly cloudy. Min13 Max24
Saturday morning fog. Rain. Max16
Sunday Showering early or Min4 Max11
Monday Morning frost.Min-4 Max12
Tuesday morning frost. Min-2 Max13
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