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Train delays and cancellations in Monaco continue Tuesday

Train delays and cancellations in Monaco continue Tuesday

By Staff Writer - January 9, 2018

Photo: Monaco Life
Photo: Monaco Life

Heavy rains will continue Tuesday as the weather alert for Monaco and the Alpes-Maritimes department has been reduced from Orange to Yellow.

Risk of floods and storm warnings are in effect until 10 am. Wind gusts continue also this morning, reaching up to 60 km/h.

From the first trains operating Tuesday, SNCF has reported delays of up to 50 minutes and cancellations due to “weather conditions”. Check the latest updates here.

At noon, flights in and out of Nice-Côte d’Azur airport were on schedule.


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