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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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GAV’S WEATHER: WINDS EASING AS FINE WEATHER RETURNS

There is some cloud streaking its way across south eastern Australia as another front sweeps in bringing with it a short lived blast of cold air.  The centre and northern Australia is still cloud free. Fronts continue to clip the south eastern corner of the nation, the latest will move across the south east tomorrow night. Large highs still dominate the mid latitudes. Warming back up tomorrow as the fine dry weather quickly settles back in. The gusty westerly winds will ease.

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GAV’S WEATHER – SUMMER BLAST ON IT’S WAY

There is some cloud streaking its way across southern Australia. The centre and northern Australia is still cloud free. Fronts continue to clip the southern corners of the nation. Large highs still dominate the mid latitudes. It is going to get very hot with the north-west winds kicking in over the next couple of days. A cold blast comes through on Thursday.

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GAV’S WEATHER: GROUNDHOG DAY WEATHER CONTINUES

There is still cold polar air sweeping across the south-east but the mega Spring storm is now coming to an end. Cloud has increased over WA, still clear elsewhere across the country. The incredible Spring storm is going to continue for one more day. Tomorrow a front will pass locally making for some slightly cooler conditions to begin the weekend will but it will remain dry with south-westerly winds. Nothing much will change. Another day of blue skies and south-west winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WINTER COMES TO AN END

Very little happening on the satellite tonight, the latest low is spiralling around in the Tasman. The low off shore will help maintain the southerly air flow making for a consistent end to winter across the region. More cold nights and mostly fine days with clear skies. The pulse in the swell is expected to abate from tomorrow. The strong southerly winds along the coast will subside. More fine dry weather is on the way with the mercury back on the rise for the first weekend of Spring.

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GAV’S WEATHER – WINTER IS COMING TO AN END

Scattered high level cloud is making its way in across western NSW that will move through the local region overnight. The front in the south-east will freshen the southerly air flow, making for a consistent end to winter across the region. More cold nights and mostly fine days with clear skies for north-western NSW. Partly cloudy for the coast with the isolated shower activity being small.

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GAV’S WEATHER: FRESH SOUTHERLY MAKES FOR A COLD NIGHT

The main feature is the fast spinning low in the Tasman. This is generating a large swell and strong southerly winds that are buffeting the coast today. Tomorrow expect a mostly fine day for the majority of the region after a very cold start inland and across the northern NSW ranges. The Newcastle coast to Port Stephens will see a shower or two. Strong southerly winds easing with large swell abating.

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