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GAV’S WEATHER – SHOWERS AND STORMS BECOMING MORE FREQUENT

More storms flared up again along the trough line moving in from this west this afternoon. Another slow moving system will move in across the region tomorrow triggering more showers with storms. Tomorrow we have a southerly change that will move across the entire region. Showers and isolated storms will develop across the northern NSW ranges reaching parts of the coast. Again little to nothing will fall on the Great Hunter region.

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BURTON TOYOTA SURF REPORT

A pulse in the swell will move in tomorrow from the south, so the sets will be bigger for Hunter Coastal waters, building for Macquarie coastal. Still small to moderate for northern NSW and South-East Queensland. Southerly winds for your Saturday before switching to the north on Sunday.

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GAV’S WEATHER – RAIN ON THE WAY

Scattered showers and storms fell across South Australia today under this large blanket of cloud which extends to western NSW, and will produce rain across northern NSW tomorrow. That slow moving system will move in across the region triggering some much needed rain with storms likely, mostly affecting the northern parts of NSW and southern Queensland. A low will form in the Tasman and cooler southerly winds will move in making for a cooler start to the weekend. A cloudy and cooler start to the weekend with rain falling west of the Divide and showers elsewhere with some storm activity possible. Again there will not be a great deal of rain on offer for the Greater Hunter. Better falls will come down Sunday into Monday.

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GAV’S WEATHER: SHOWERS AND STORMS FOR NORTHERN NSW

A slow moving system will move in across the region tomorrow triggering some much needed rain with storms likely. Most of the shower and storm activity will happen across the north west slopes and ranges jumping over the Central Coast and Great Hunter region. A low will form in the Tasman and cooler southerly winds will move in making for a cooler start to the weekend.

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GAV’S WEATHER – RAIN FINALLY ON THE WAY

The most rain bearing cloud we’ve seen in almost four months is visible on the satellite, mostly focused over Queensland but it is now spilling south into New South Wales. There is more rain on the way for the region tomorrow as a moisture laden trough stalls over northern eastern NSW and south-east Queensland. The system will ease on Wednesday but there’s another system that is going to back it up, helping to swing the tide back towards receiving average rain for October. I’m happy to say that tomorrow will be cloudy and wet for most of the region with the rain moving in tonight. Some isolated storms are likely as well.

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GAV’S WEATHER – LONG WEEKEND FORECAST

There is more rain on the way for the centre. Some high level cloud will be drawn off this as the jet stream grabs hold of it and drives it over northern NSW so a few drops of rain will be possible. Cooler spring winds will return to the region, dropping temperatures closer to average. Another warm long weekend is on the way for most of the region.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WARM, CLOUDY DAY ON THE WAY

High level cloud affected parts of the region this afternoon thanks to the jet stream. Cooler spring winds will return to the region dropping temperatures closer to average. Tomorrow will be another warm, cloudy day for most with patchy light rain with very light limited falls. Fine for most of the day with westerly winds inland swinging onshore along the coast.

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EXTREME SEPTEMBER HEAT TO EASE

High level cloud is now streaking across the country. A succession of fronts will sweep over the south east generating strong hot NW winds tonight and tomorrow morning before the cooler winds of Spring return. So another very hot September day is on the way for northern NSW and SE QLD but to the south the cloud will increase and some limited shower activity will develop. Temperatures will finally begin to fall but it will stay remain warm for September.

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