It has been a week dominated by warm tropical air filled with moisture making for high humidity levels while consistently drawing in the wet weather from the NE across the Gold Coast and NE NSW.

Conditions have been drying out ahead of a southerly change. That change is going to scoop up a lot of the left over warm, tropical moisture and push it skyward into the colder upper levels.

It is likely we will see some heavy falls and storm development when the colder air from the south collides with this moisture mass during Thursday the 28th.

Prefrontal storms should begin tomorrow afternoon across the southern parts of the region including the Hunter and NW before spreading further north during Friday.

There will be a temperature drop and more wet weather along the coast from gusty southerly winds across the weekend which will settle during the early part of next week