It’s been a stormy week thanks to a slow moving trough that has drifted north across the region over the past few days. Today the storms flared up across the northern border ranges and tracked north towards the trough in southern QLD.
As this instability clears and the high moves into the Tasman a NW airflow is going to rebuild. Central Australia is once again very hot so the heat will start to flow towards the Hunter rolling off the NW Plains. Overall we are in for another fine, dry, warm to hot run with coastal seabreezes until the next change comes through on Sunday.