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GAV’S WEATHER: MORE RAIN ON THE WAY

Inland, the frontal system is delivering valuable rain tonight with more to come tomorrow. Eastern Australia has plenty of cloud over it with some isolated showers, while the western half of the country is sunny and dry. Onshore winds will continue, causing more showers for the coast while pumping in increased moisture. Tomorrow should also see more rain fall across the eastern half of NSW. The system will move across the western slopes onto the Great Divide producing some good follow up rain. The front will tap into the moisture building up over the east of the country. So, another cloudy day is on the way with increased storm activity, rain periods and showers spilling across the majority of the region.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WET WEATHER TO CONTINUE

A small but intense system continues to hammer the Gold Coast and north east New South Wales, while a separate front should bring valuable rain to the North West during the middle of the week. A number of severe weather warnings remain in place, with the strong onshore winds and large dangerous seas set to continue. Conditions along the coast will remain cool, cloudy and wet as onshore winds continue. An approaching system will reach the western slopes on Wednesday, with good follow up rain for the inland expected in coming days. Around the Mid North Coast and Newcastle region, patchy showers will continue from the south.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MORE RAIN TO COME

Significant rain is headed for the north coast this weekend, while further west it will remain dry. The system which has delivered extreme conditions to Queensland will move south, affecting north coast communities. Onshore winds will make sure conditions along the coast remain, cool, cloudy and wet. Expect more storms across South East Queensland. A rain band during the middle of next week will bring some relief for struggling farmers.

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GAV’S WEATHER: STRONG CHANGE ON THE WAY

Expect weather warnings a plenty over the next 24-hours, as a strong front makes its way up the coast. As it collides with warm air we’ll likely see severe storms across north east New South Wales and the south east corner of Queensland. The system will move through the Hunter at around 3am, reaching the Far North Coast by around 10pm. Temperatures will drop as the front passes, with coastal showers set to continue for a few days.

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SURF REPORT: QUALITY HARD TO FIND

There will be no shortage of swell this weekend, however quality will be hard to find. The trick will be heading north where the winds are expected to be lighter, and more variable. Strong southerly winds and big seas along the Central Coast & Newcastle coastline will resemble more of a washing machine, where as Northern New South Wales and South East Queensland will have some ok waves on offer.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WET WEEKEND FOR THE COAST

The weekend is set to remain wet for the Hunter and Central Coast, as gusty onshore winds continue. Further inland it will be fine and partly cloudy, with the rainfall focused on areas east of the Divide. A small intense low will continue to hug the coast, with the trough making its way towards the north east corner of the state. South East Queensland will also see increased rain activity.

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GAV’S WEATHER: RAIN ON THE WAY LATER IN THE WEEK

Warm northerly winds will dominate the east making for a number of fine sunny days, before rain arrives later in the week. The skies over the eastern half of the nation are very clear, with more frontal activity making its way across the south west. The incoming front will stall over South Australia, and while it may look impressive it’s unlikely to deliver significant rain. Tomorrow will see the warm spring weather continue, with blue skies inland, and afternoon seabreezes along the coast.

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