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GAV’S WEATHER – COLD, WET, WINDY BLAST IS ON THE WAY

The pre-frontal trough has delivered a large rain band that stretched across the region this afternoon allowing for a perfect dawn service to unfold. The cloud band behind it is a significant cold front set to make things very windy while dropping temperatures in the coming days. The pre-frontal trough and associated front will sweep across the region delivering some solid falls tonight and tomorrow with a blast of could air moving in from behind. A low will then form making for a cold end to the week but the sunshine will return.

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GAV’S WEATHER – ANZAC DAY FORECAST

More scattered shower activity is expected along the east coast. The slow high moving high will continue to trigger isolated showers over northern NSW and along the Queensland coast for another day. So more of the same overall! Mild with mid to high level cloud moving through over the weekend. The weather is looking good for dawn services across the region.

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GAV’S WEATHER – EASTER OUTLOOK

A chilly blast of cold air has moved through the region today, making for some of the coldest temperatures since last Spring. In the coming days a few showers showers will skim in along the coast but the good news is the majority of the Easter long weekend looks fine with light to moderate winds and lengthy sunny periods for most of the region.

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GAV’S WEATHER – COASTAL SHOWERS CLEARING OVER THE WEEKEND

It has been a tough time across the flooded regions of North-East NSW after the wettest March on record. The showers have been consistent and very annoying as the clean up continues. Over the weekend warmer, drier air will spread across the NBN broadcast region. The shower activity will contract to the North-East corner of NSW on Saturday before drying up on Sunday ahead of a cold change set to drop temperatures on Monday. The North-West winds will be come strong for the Greater Hunter on Sunday as the system approaches.

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GAV’S WEATHER: FINING UP FOR THE WEEKEND

It has been a very wet time for the coast but the good news is the the showers will finally make way for a fine weekend. Newcastle and Gosford saw the sun return today as the showers developed elsewhere. The shower activity will clear from the North-West and start to break up further across the Greater Hunter tomorrow in time for the weekend which will be fine, mostly sunny and warmer. The showers will begin to clear from the northern NSW and South-East Queensland coasts on Saturday with a fine looking Sunday for all.

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GAV’S WEATHER – TWO BIG AIR MASSES GETTING READY TO COLLIDE

Cyclone Debbie has run a ground but it is far from over. The remnants of Debbie will move inland across Queensland. In the south the strongest cold front of the year will sweep in and these two air masses will collide. When they do we always see some extraordinary weather. Big rain, heavy down pours and storms are likely over a widespread area of eastern NSW and Queensland. The low from Debbie may then boomerang back out in to the Coral Sea off the Gold Coast and cause more wild weather over the weekend for North-East NSW and South-East Queensland.

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BEAUTIFUL WEATHER BEFORE REMNANTS OF CYCLONE DEBBIE REACH US

The cloud cover remains thick over north eastern Queensland as Cyclone Debbie prepares to run aground. She is very well structured continue to build strength until she crosses the coast. A front is passing the South-East tonight. This will produce a weak southerly change for the southern areas of the Central Coast and Newcastle. Expect fine mostly sunny days with the heat building ahead of what will be a very wet end to the week due to the remnants of Cyclone Debbie.

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