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GAV’S WEATHER: WARM WEATHER ON THE WAY

A front passing over the South East is the only major weather feature across the nation, causing some cloud to form but producing very little rain. Across the NBN News viewing area expect sunshine as north westerly winds dominate. Some cloud will roll in with the front, but rain totals will be minimal, and more likely towards later in the day.

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GAV’S WEATHER: CONDITIONS HEATING UP

North westerly winds will make for a warm couple of days, with blue skies and dry conditions to dominate. The North Coast will enjoy afternoon seabreezes, while there’s hardly a cloud in sight across the majority of the nation. There is a front passing over the southern ocean, while powerful high pressure systems are dominating the mid latitudes. The passing front is only expected to clip the south east corner of the nation.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WEEKEND OF EXTREMES

A hot and windy Saturday is on the way, before an icy change drops temperatures for Sunday. A strong system over the southern ocean is set to clip the south east corner of the nation, generating strong north westerly winds and warm conditions. The icy change is set to move through on Saturday night, with a cold Sunday on the way.

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GAVS WEATHER: GETTING HOT FOR EARLY SPRING

There’s hardly a cloud in sight over the nation. Another front, impressive over the southern ocean will again clip the south eastern corner of the nation. This will again generate strong north westerly winds in the coming days making for even hotter conditions tomorrow and Saturday. Fine, mostly sunny and hot for early spring with north west to north easterly winds. A cold change is due to moves through on Sunday.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MORE HOT, DRY WEATHER ON THE WAY

Hardly a cloud in sight over the nation once again. The only feature is the passing front over south east. This is driving temperatures higher by generating north westerly winds. Powerful high pressure systems are dominating the mid latitudes and our weather. Another front, impressive over the southern ocean but it is there that it will remain. A weak southerly change will reach Newcastle tomorrow but travel no further north. So another hot, dry day is on the way for most of the region with north west to north eastly winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER: HOT AND DRY START TO SPRING

Warm and mostly sunny conditions on the way for the North West tomorrow, while we can expect afternoon seabreezes along the coast. The only weather feature of note is a front passing over South Australia, which in turn is driving strong north westerly winds. The mid latitudes are dominated by powerful high pressure systems. Expect the dry and hot spring weather to continue for the rest of the week.

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GAV’S WEATHER: BURST OF SUMMER ON THE WAY

Expect fine and sunny conditions over the coming days, as warm winds push temperatures into the low 30s across the states North West. Winds will be from the north west across the inland parts of the state, while we are set for south east winds along the coast. The onshore winds will keep coastal temperatures much cooler than the North West. Across the remainder of the nation high pressure systems continue to dominate, with the only frontal activity set to impact the far South East.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WHAT TO EXPECT THIS WEEKEND

A shallow low has formed over the Greater Hunter region, with shower and storm activity continuing to develop overnight and into tomorrow. While a trough in the state’s north is set to cause showers and potential storms. Expect both systems to clear on Saturday evening, making for a fine Sunday across the region. The remainder of the nation is mostly clear, with a massive trough extending right across northern Australia.

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SURF REPORT: MIXED CONDITIONS ALONG THE COAST

A variety of conditions up and down the coast are expected on Saturday, with offshore morning winds for the Gold Coast and northern NSW. This evening a southerly will reach Newcastle’s beaches, and tomorrow move further north across the Mid North Coast, messing things up. High tide is around 7 am so in the north get in after the high tide for the run out before the winds switch around to the North East for the Gold Coast. There’s generally about 2 to 3 feet for most of the coast so make the most of it.

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