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DETAILED WARNING ISSUED FOR PARTS OF THE HUNTER

A detailed warning has been issued for parts of the Hunter, as a series of severe thunderstorms move from Dungog towards Maitland & Newcastle. The communities of Raymond Terrace, Medowie, Seaham, Morpeth, Tocal are expected to be affected by 2:10 pm, while the storms will arrive in Newcastle , Wallsend, Hexham, Williamtown, Beresfield and Stockton by 2:40 pm. A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for parts of the Hunter, Mid North Coast, and North West Slopes and Plains. Heavy rainfall and damaging winds are expected over the next few hours, with locations including Tamworth, Scone, Newcastle & Gosford likely to be affected. Flash flooding is also expected in some areas. The increase in storm activity is due to a trough interacting with a warm air mass over the state’s east. The warnings come after much of the state was …

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GAV’S WEATHER | STRONG SEABREEZES FOR THE COAST

It’s set to be hot and dry inland, as seabreezes pick up along the coast. There is a massive high centered in the Tasman, generating strong onshore seabreezes and keeping coastal temperatures down. We’ll see the mercury rise west of the range, as a trough moves in from the west. We can expect to see dangerous fire conditions develop across parts of the region.

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GAV’S WEATHER: GETTING HOTTER INLAND

There is a massive high centred in the Tasman still generating strong onshore winds for eastern Queensland. The onshore winds will continue for the north western New South Wales and south east Queensland. The trough moving in from the west will force increased heat to eastern Australia. Partly cloudy for the north eastern parts of New South Wales and south eastern section of Queensland, with a few small isolated showers. Getting hotter for the North West and Greater Hunter Region as the north westerly winds begin to blow in.

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GAV’S WEATHER | COOL ON THE COAST AS THE WEST FEELS THE HEAT

West of the divide it will be hot and dry for your Wednesday, with isolated shower activity for the coast. A number of troughs are arching their war across the country, with onshore winds dominating the eastern seaboard. The shower activity is set to be more likely in the north of the state. Across the border, Tropical Cyclone Owen is weakening off the Far North Queensland Coast, and isn’t expected to make landfall.

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GAV’S WEATHER: DRY SOUTHERLY ON THE WAY

A weak dry southerly will make its way up the coast on Tuesday, reaching the Hunter & Central Coast in the morning before continuing to push north. Meanwhile, Tropical Cyclone Owen is strengthening off Far North Queensland, though it isn’t expected to make landfall. West of the divide it will remain warm and dry.

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TOTAL FIRE BANS DECLARED ACROSS NORTHERN NSW

Extreme heat is forecast for most of Northern New South Wales on Sunday, with temperatures in the mid-to-high 30’s expected across the broadcast area. Newcastle is heading for a top of 36 degrees, the Hunter Valley 38, while the mercury could soar above 40 in some parts of the North West. The rural fire service has declared a total fire ban, stretching from the Hunter to the Queensland border. (VISION ONLY)

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GAV’S WEATHER: PERFECT START TO SUMMER

It will be close to a perfect start to summer across much of Northern NSW, with westerly winds building ahead of a dry cool change. There’s little action across the nation, with the only two major features a low moving away from the coast, and a massive trough arcing its way across the country. Other then that, it’s a story of sunshine.

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GAV’S WEATHER: CLEAR AND CALM

Back to a clear nation with very little going on around the country, which is soaked in sunshine. The low is now moving away from the coast. The only features are the low now moving away from the coast generating a solid swell. There is also a massive trough arching its way across the country. Fine, clear and mostly sunny with comfortable temperatures and light variable winds.

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