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GAV’S WEATHER: RAIN FOR NORTH EAST NSW

Queensland remains the wettest place in the nation but North East New South Wales is now getting a piece of that, with rain under the cloud cover making its way across the north of the state. Queensland will continue to be awash with rain as the system moves further inland, crossing over into the Northern Territory, while the moist onshore winds will continue along the east coast. Rain over North East New South Wales and South East Queensland will ease into tomorrow, however the showers will continue along the coast as moderate to strong onshore winds settle in.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MORE RAIN ON THE WAY

The QLD tropics remain the wettest place in the nation, while rain is also making its way across Northern NSW. Moist onshore winds along the east coast will continue to feed the very active trough over inland QLD and NSW. Big storms will be more common inland along the trough, while showers and rain periods, heavy at times, will stick to the coast. Another cloudy day is expected tomorrow with with humid strong SE winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER: RAIN SET TO RETURN

The low in the Tasman is shallow and slow moving so it will sit there for another day. Showers and storms developing over northern NSW and southern QLD from tomorrow. Fine and hot for the NW, Greater Hunter and MNC with strong seabreezes developing. Rain will build across the region as we move into next week.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MOSTLY SUNNY AS TEMPERATURE RISES

The majority of the nation has almost completely cleared of cloud cover. An approaching front will drive more hot air our way before the system moves into the Tasman, joining forces with the low already there, meaning the swell will remain consistent. A mostly sunny day is expected inland as the temperatures continue to rise, while the cloud cover along the coast will break up further, now that the showers have cleared.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WELCOME RAIN

It was cloudy for most of the region today, as the last of the rain pushed through during the afternoon. Rain totals have been fantastic across the Greater Hunter and North West, after some areas experienced their driest period in history. Showers will continue along the coast as a low forms in the Tasman while South East winds will remain moderate to strong. The swell is set to increase with the gusty South East winds causing partly cloudy skies east of the divide with isolated showers. Fine weather will return on the western side of the ranges before the heat returns later in the week.

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GAV’S SURF: MIXED CONDITIONS AHEAD OF WEEKEND

It’s not ideal conditions this weekend if you’re looking for a wave. Strong onshore winds and rain for the Gold Coast and NE NSW is expected to continue while the swell should remain the same. The MNC and Hunter coast should have a morning NW but the NE winds are expected to be strong in the afternoon so head to the northern corners for the best waves.

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GAV’S WEATHER: RAIN ON THE WAY

The big wet for SE QLD and NE NSW has begun with heavy falls and flooding expected before the rain moves south towards the Coffs Coast. It will remain hot for the NW, Greater Hunter and MNC with afternoon storms. A southerly change is on the way for Sunday with widespread rain affecting most of the broadcast region.

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GAV’S WEATHER: FINING UP AS TEMPERATURES RISE

The North West region was largely cloud free with cloud cover mostly confined to the coast with the swell beginning to ease along with the strong winds. Another fine looking day is on the way with partly cloudy skies continuing to plague the coast as the sun shines inland and the temperatures continue to rise. The next change is expected to comes through over the weekend.

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GAV’S WEATHER: NICE TO HAVE RAIN ON THE GROUND

The local region was largely cloud affected with showers mostly confined to the coast while the swell will begin to ease along with the strong SE winds. The wet weather will continue to contract north into QLD with only a few isolated showers to fall on the northern NSW and SE QLD coasts. Cyclone Gita is now beginning to make its way towards NZ as ex Cyclone Kelvin moves towards the Nullabor. Things will dry back out inland.

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