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GAV’S WEATHER: WINTRY WINDS ARE HERE

The low is now forming off the NSW coast. The fronts in the west will be deflected away to the south thanks to the blocking high over the SE. The East Coast Low will take perfect form generating a new powerful swell. It will also generate strong southerly winds for the coast and showers will begin to affect the Central Coast and Newcastle regions. So, the wintry southerly winds are here to welcome the new season while keeping temperatures down. It will remain dry an sunny inland and across NE NSW and SE QLD. The coastal suburbs from Terrigal to Port Macquarie with receive showers. A large and dangerous swell will develop.

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GAV’S WEATHER: STRONG WINDS AND BIG SWELL

A succession of fronts are sweeping across the south east of the country. Cool south west winds will now dominate the early days of winter. The fronts will move in across the south east and into the Tasman where a large East Coast Low will form. This will increase the swell and drive very strong south west winds in across the region over the coming days keeping temperatures down. Very little rain will come from this system, only coast showers will develop with more dry weather inland as another large high moves in behind the front.

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GAV’S WEATHER: COLD CHANGE ON THE WAY

A cold front is now closing in from the south-east, and along with strong south westerly winds will dominate the early days of winter. We are seeing clear skies across the nation once again, with the cold front set to move across the region tomorrow. This will increase the north west winds, before they spin around to the south west. There will be very little rain from this system, with more dry weather to follow as a large high moves in behind the front.

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GAV’S WEATHER: AUTUMN NEARING AN END

The high level cloud is clearing from Queensland and New South Wales this afternoon, with the next front moving across the Great Australia Bight, bringing with it cold conditions. It remains clear across much of the nation, with the front set to move across the south-east tomorrow. We can expect to see the north west winds build locally, pushing the mercury a little higher tomorrow for the final warm day of the season. Another large high will quickly move in behind the system. Morning fog patches for many before a mild to warm day develops with NW winds developing ahead of Wednesdays change.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MOSTLY FINE WEEKEND AHEAD

The high level cloud has cleared from over Queensland and Northern New South Wales, while a pulse of energy in the Tasman generating large swell will move away, meaning coastal conditions will ease. A significant weather system in causing wild conditions in the west, as the huge blocking high moves across the south east and into the Tasman. Much of the west including Perth’s abnormally high temperatures and run of dry weather has come to an end thanks to today’s powerful system. North East NSW can expect a few isolated showers as onshore winds continue, otherwise you’ve got more dry weather with cold nights and mild calm days on the way for the weekend. We can expect more cool air to arrive mid way through next week.

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GAV’S SURF: SWELL AND WIND TO EASE

We’ve seen another massive pulse in the swell today, with the swell and winds set to ease over the weekend. For Northern New South Wales and South East Queensland the dominate direction will be from the south east so your best bet is to head to the southern point breaks. The open beaches will be a wash. On the Hunter and Central Coast we can expect to see the winds move from the south around to the north-east by Sunday.

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GAV’S WEATHER: COASTAL SHOWERS ON THE WAY

There is some high level cloud making its way over QLD and northern NSW today which will clear by tomorrow. The pulse of energy in the Tasman generating swell will deliver another hit. The huge blocking high is now on its way moving across the south east. Onshore winds will trigger a few isolated showers along the NE NSW coast. So a burst of rare showers will move up the NSW coast as the southerly freshens and another burst of swell reaches our beaches. More dry, sunny weather for inland communities.

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GAV’S WEATHER: SOME POTENTIAL COASTAL RAIN ON THE WAY

The consistent lack of cloud over the nation continues for another day, with some high level cloud sneaking in over the far North West. A pulse of energy has moved into the southern Tasman, but the huge blocking high remains locked in and will make sure the rest of the month remains dry for most of the country. Fronts keep clipping Tasmania producing rain, while keeping things cool locally with a light southerly air flow. The next front will generate an increase in swell for Hunter waters and across the Mid North Coast. A late isolated shower or two may skim in along the coastal fringe for northern New South Wales, but otherwise expect more fine dry conditions as the south west to south wind continue.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MORE BLUE SKIES

The consistent lack of cloud over the nation continues, with still no relief in sight in the form of significant rain for the rest of May. Fronts keep clipping Tasmania producing rain, while keeping things cool locally with a southerly air flow. The latest passing front will generate a large swell in coming days. So again nothing has changed, expect more chilly nights with constant southerly and westerly winds. It’s a story of ‘dry with bright blue skies’.

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