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GAV’S WEATHER – COOLING BACK DOWN

This is the jet stream feed that changed the weekend forecast last minute for many. Areas that did get a decent hit of sunshine broke records, such as Sydney. Elsewhere the mercury highs didn’t deliver. A massive high still dominates the region. Off the southern NSW coast a low is going to form. Cooler southerly winds will kick back in across the region but the rain will fall mostly offshore. Another front is going to sweep in across the south-west corner of the country. Cloud is going to clear and the winds will switch to the south and cooler air will move back in. Fine and mostly sunny and still mild for northern NSW and south-east Queensland.

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GAV’S WEATHER – VERY WARM WINTER WEEKEND ON THE WAY

A massive high still dominates the region. The nights will be quite cold with more inland frosts. The days are going to get warmer again, very warm across the weekend to the point of feeling a little like summer. A strong front is approaching the south-east helping to flush out the warm air. An amazing weekend of winter warmth is on the way with the potential for July heat temperature records to fall thanks to warm, dry north-west winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER – WARMEST DAY OF WINTER ON THE WAY

All clear once again for most of Australia. Another front is driving in across the south-east. The nights will remain quite cold with more inland frosts on the ranges. The days are going to be even warmer with a taste of spring in the air tomorrow. Expect another impressive day of winter sunshine and warmth after a cold start. Westerly winds will be strong for the Hunter. Colder for Thursday but it will back up over the weekend.

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GAV’S WEATHER – CLEAR WINTERS WEEKEND ON THE WAY

All fine for the region. The south-east is cold and windy but conditions are set to ease this weekend. The system in the east will generate a large swell and the strong southerly winds will ease while night time temperatures stay down the days will be warmer. Cold frosty start inland followed by a slightly warmer mostly sunny day for all with lighter winds. Large swell will abate.

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GAV’S WEATHER – COLD, SNOWY & WINDY

Another front is driving in across the south-east, delivering more snow to the Alpine districts which will reach the northern NSW ranges. The milder air across the region will be cleared as the cold air returns overnight. Forecast is very cold and windy day with cloud and some isolated showers for the north-west, falling as snow on the Barringtons and northern NSW ranges.

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GAV’S WEATHER – JULY WARMTH

Partly cloudy for the region but it remained fine. Another front is driving in across the south-east, set to deliver another blast of cold July air. The wintry blast with produce more more snow to the alpine districts. This will help push milder air in across the region over the next 24 hours before the cold air returns later this week. A another very mild day with pre-frontal north-west winds is expected. Cloud increasing with some isolated light showers falling west of the Divide. Mostly sunny and warm on the eastern side.

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GAV’S WEATHER: A SLIGHT SHIFT IN THE WEATHER MOVING IN

Cloud and showers engulfed the Central Coast and Newcastle this afternoon. Fine and sunny elsewhere around the region. The cloud moving in over parts of the Central Coast and Hunter tonight will move up the coast as the southerly winds kick in. So the southerly winds will freshen along the coast and cloud spread further north along with the isolated showers. Remaining fine inland.

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GAV’S WEATHER – SOUTHERLY CHANGE ON THE WAY THIS WEEK

The cloud moving in over the region tonight will move through quickly tomorrow. There will be some rain from it mostly falling in central Queensland before clearing. Inland morning fog and frosts after another very cold start. Tomorrow evening the winds will begin to switch to the south and a burst of showers will sweep in a cross the Central Coast and Newcastle region towards the evening.

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