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GAV’S WEATHER – WARMTH TO RETURN

A lot of cloud is passing over the region keeping temperatures down while producing widespread patchy light rain. It remains clear across the rest of the nation. No major weather systems are affecting the country at the moment. Tomorrow the sun returns, and the mercury will begin to rise again, warming up over the next couple of days.

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GAV’S WEATHER – AUGUST HEAT TO PEAK

A trail of jet stream cloud is making its way across the Hunter delivering a brief unexpected shower. As the front moves east, it will allow some slightly cooler air to move in behind it. Ahead of it things are going to get even hotter for us with the mercury set to peak tomorrow, with hot and windy conditions. Another passing front will affect the Hunter with some cloud and the risk of another brief shower. Temperatures will hit the high 20s and low 30s across most of the broadcast region.

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GAV’S WEATHER – AN AUGUST HEAT WAVE

Clear across the northern half of the country as the big dry and record breaking winter heat rolls on, with some of the heat spilling in over the region this week. A trail of jet stream cloud is making its way across the southern half of the nation. Yet another storm front is making its way over the South-West. As the front moves east it will allow some slightly cooler air to move in behind it. Ahead of it things are going to get even hotter for us with the mercury to peak in the coming days. A very warm to hot August day is on way across the region with dry North-West winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER – FINE, DRY WEEK OF WINTER WEATHER

The blizzard of Oz continues in the Australian Alps! Clear across the northern half of the country as the big dry and record breaking heat continues. As the low moves out and across the Tasman, it will generating a new swell for the east coast, until the next front will start to move in across WA. Locally another fine, dry, winters day is on the way with the westerly winds to continue. Those winds will switch to the south-east along the far north coast in the afternoon.

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GAV’S WEATHER – A FINE WEEKEND ON THE WAY

Yet another fast moving front is sweeping in across the south-east corner of the country, helping to maintain the gusty westerly winds locally. Clear across the northern half of the country. As the low moves out and across the Tasman, the next front will start to move in across the Bight. A succession of fronts will push over the south-east, delivering some fantastic August snow to the resorts. A fine and mostly sunny weekend is on the way with dry westerly winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER: RAIN WILL CLEAR

High level cloud swept in across the region today, the low over the south east has a nice shape to it. This rain bearing system will make its way across the region tonight, clearing tomorrow morning. As the low moves out and across the Tasman the next front will start to move in across the farming districts of South Australia, Victoria and Western NSW.  A succession of fronts will push over the south east delivering some fantastic August snow to the resorts. Tonights rain band will clear from the region on Friday morning, some follow up showers are likely but all will clear throughout the afternoon in time for a fine weekend with westerly winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER: INLAND RAIN ON THE WAY

All fine for the region – the low in the Tasman generated swell for the east coast. As the low moves out and across the Tasman the next low will start to deliver some very important rain to the farming districts of SA and western NSW. The system will now spill across the border to the extremely dry regions of central eastern NSW and ACT. Cloud increasing with rain on the way. We’re expecting some good totals to fall on the western side of the Divide. The whole system will clear on Friday

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GAV’S WEATHER: FIRST DAY OF AUGUST PUTS ON A SHOW

All fine for the region. The low in the Tasman has a nice shape to it generating swell for the east coast. As the low moves out and across the Tasman the next low will start to deliver some very important rain to the farming districts of SA before spilling across the border to the extremely dry region of NSW from tomorrow. Locally another fine day with late cloud building in the the far west ahead of some widespread welcome inland rain on Thursday. The solid swell will continue along the coast.  

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