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GAV’S WEATHER: WARM TO HOT FRIDAY

It is mostly clear over the majority of the nation. There is scattered cloud across the north. A front is delivering some relief to SA slowly making its way towards Victoria. The slow moving high over the Tasman will keep producing onshore East/ North East winds. A cool, slow moving system will deliver relief to SA. A fine mostly sunny warm to hot day for the region with NW to NE winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WARM WITH RAIN ON THE WAY

Warm and humid with more isolated shower and storm development. The latest tropical moisture feed has surged in over western NSW this is set to produce some rain for the weekend. It is mostly clear in the east over the broadcast region. Just some small features helped produce some unsettled weather along the northern NSW ranges. The large high over the south east will continue to generate light onshore winds along the coast with partly cloudy skies and the occasional isolated brief shower. NSW will see rain as the latest system moves across the east of country making for a wet weekend. Warm conditions will continue. Very warm and humid with partly cloudy skies and more isolated shower and storm development. Weekend rain is on the way.

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GAV’S WEATHER: VERY WARM WITH RAIN LATER IN WEEK

The latest tropical moisture feed has surged in over Central Australia this is set to produce some rain for the interior. It is mostly clear in the east over the broadcast region. Just some small features helped produce some unsettled weather today across the north west. The large high over the south east will continue to generate light onshore winds along the coast with partly cloudy skies and the occasional isolated brief shower. The interior will see more rain as the latest system moves across the country making for a wet weekend. Warm conditions will continue. For your Wednesday expect another mostly fine warm day with light variable winds and afternoon onshore seabreezes for the coast. Isolated showers and some small storm development will form about the northern ranges.

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GAV’S WEATHER: RAIN ON THE WAY

A front is tracking across the SE delivering rain to the very dry Riverina and southern NSW spreading to the ACT Tonight. A large high will clear out over the Tasman. Some long awaited rain will move in across the Central Coast and Great Hunter before moving north across the entire region through the day and into Saturday morning. Cooler winds will move in behind the system over the weekend so the cloud will be moving back in and there’s rain to follow. All regions will receive a good drink over the next 48 hours.

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GAV’S WEATHER: GREAT RAIN FOR SOME BUT NOT FOR OTHERS

The much needed rain bearing system is clearing across the Tasman and Coral Sea’s tonight leaving behind a predominantly clear nation. The rain produced some very healthy totals inland from Delungra to Tingha of up to 70mm. Widespread areas of the North West slopes received 3 to 50mm while place such as the Hunter received very little 1 t o 5mm. A large high will take its place forcing the toughs to the north so the rain will spread to Queensland and the northern half of Western Australia. Onshore winds will settle in along the east coast making for partly cloudy skies and a showery weekend. Partly cloudy but fine for most. There will be a consistent run of showers and even rain periods for the far North East corner of New South Wales and South East Queensland. Moderate onshore …

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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: 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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GAV’S WEATHER – THE BIG DRY CONTINUES

Another front sweeps past, bringing with it a short-lived burst of cooler air. The center and northern Australia is still cloud free and hot. The northern tropical Queensland coast is having its first taste of the up and coming wet season. Another fine, mild day is on the way with south-east winds along the coast, and light variable winds inland.

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