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GAV’S WEATHER: CYCLONE OMA ON IT’S WAY

The nation is still almost completely cloud free which is causing a lot heat to keep building over Central Australia. There is limited cloud cover over Victoria and Cyclone Oma has developed a definitive eye. Tomorrow the weather is now going to be affected by Cyclone Oma. Strong onshore winds will begin to build along with an ever increasing swell. Showers will also start to affect the coast but nothing will make it inland west of the Divide. It will remain extremely hot for northern New South Wales.

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GAV’S WEATHER: HOT START TO THE WEEK

On the satellite, the nation is still almost completely cloud free which is causing things to heat up. There is cloud cover over Queensland, with Cyclone Oma. Tomorrow, the weather is set to be dominated by strengthening high pressure systems. These are centred along way to the south west. It will be extremely hot for northern New South Wales ahead of a southerly change that will arrive in Newcastle before lunch, triggering showers and storms. North of the change, things will be extremely hot for northern New South Wales. After the change, there will be a week of strong onshore winds for the coast.

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SUMMER HEAT SET TO REBUILD

The nation is still almost completely cloud free which is allowing things to heat back up quickly yet again. All the cloud is with Cyclone Oma. The weather is now set to be dominated by strengthening high pressure systems. They are centered a long way to the south blocking any major weather systems. The onshore winds will remain. This will generate partly cloudy skies but only a little rain in the form of some isolated showers for NE NSW and SE QLD. The cooler weather this week for the coast will now start to heat back up. Inland across the NW and across the Greater Hunter the hot, dry weather continues.

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GAV’S WEATHER: COOLER BUT STILL NO SIGNIFICANT RAIN

On the satellite, the nation is still almost completely cloud free which is allowing things to heat back up quickly across the interior, yet again. All the cloud is with Cyclone Oma. Tomorrow, the mid latitudes are beginning to be dominated by strengthening high pressure systems. These are generating easterly onshore winds for most of the east coast. This will generate partly cloudy skies but little to no rain only isolated showers for North East New South Wales and South East Queensland. Cooler conditions have swept in across the coast and northern New South Wales ranges. Inland across the NW the hot weather continues, despite the South Easterly winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER: A SHORT BREAK FROM THE HEAT HAS MOVED IN

The nation is almost completely cloud free which will allow things to heat back up quickly yet again. The strong front is now over the Tasman and cooler air has swept in across the south east. Tomorrow a large high will swiftly take control of the south east. This will generate on shore south east winds for most of the east coast, mostly causing cloud cover with very little rain expected. Cooler conditions have swept across the coast and northern New South Wales ranges. Inland across the north west more hot weather is on the way. Despite the slightly cooler south east winds.

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WEATHER | EXTREMELY HOT AND DRY AHEAD OF A COOL CHANGE

The nation is almost completely cloud free, which allowed things to heat back up quickly. A strong front is over the SE. This is the strongest front of the summer so far Tomorrow – A very hot start to the day across the region, but much cooler air will sweep quickly in across Northern NSW during the day. There will be very little rain from this system as the air mass is too dry. More hot, dry weather on the way for inland communities. Increased chance of isolated showers and storms for the Central Coast to Coffs Harbour region, as the southerly change sweeps in cooling things back down.

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SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING

A severe weather warning is in place for residents in the Mid North Coast, Hunter and parts of Northern Rivers and Northern Tablelands areas. These severe thunderstorms are likely to produce damaging winds, large hailstones and heavy rainfall that may cause flash flooding over the next several hours. Locations which may be affected include Gosford, Newcastle, Taree, Grafton, Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour. It is advised that people, move their cars away from trees, keep clear of creeks and storm drains and secure loose items around their house. For more information visit the Bureau of Meteorology.  

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GAV’S WEATHER: CHANGE ON THE WAY

On the satellite the cloud cover across northern Queensland has finally broken up. Cloud is extending over southern parts of the nation in the south east as another trough causing showers and severe storms, affecting areas north and south of the Murray. Tomorrow, the monsoon low will finally begin to move offshore. A low pressure trough in the south east will cause more showers and storms over the south east while moving our way. More hot, dry weather on the way inland as the coastal communities benefit from the cooler onshore winds drawing more humid conditions. Increased chance of isolated afternoon showers for the greater Hunter and north west as the trough moves in across the region over the weekend.

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GAV’S WEATHER

Tomorrow, the monsoon low will finally begin to move offshore but will continue to generate storms over the north-eastern tropics of Queensland. A low pressure trough in the south east will cause more showers and storms over the South East and begin to move our way. More hot, dry weather on the way inland as the coastal communities benefit from the cooler onshore winds drawing more humid conditions. Increased chance of isolated afternoon shower for the North East New South Wales and South East Queensland. The change will reach the Central Coast/ Newcastle region over the weekend.

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