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GAV’S WEATHER: SUMMER LIKE WEATHER RETURNING

It remains an almost cloudless nation a part from the cloud band sweeping in over the south west and along southern Australia. The subtropical low is now weakening further while moving away from the coast. Plenty of swell will continue along the northern New South Wales and south east Queensland coasts. There’s a weak southerly for the Central Coast and Hunter early Friday morning. The hot air will remain over the Upper Hunter and south east Queensland. It’s getting hot inland and remaining mostly sunny. Light to moderate onshore south east winds for the coast with partly cloudy skies.

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GAV’S WEATHER: EX-CYCLONE LINDA TO REMAIN WELL OFFSHORE

Ex-Cyclone Linda to remain well offshore. The short lived cyclone is already back down to a subtropical low. The low will move in close to the Queensland coast before moving back out to sea. The south east corner of Queensland will experience strong winds and huge swell with showers before moving away from the coast. A part from a few small showers over the Gold Coast and north east New South Wales it will be a fine day. A hot and and sunny day is expected inland and across the North West, Greater Hunter to the Mid North Coast.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WILD WEATHER FOR SOUTH EAST QUEENSLAND

The latest monsoon low will move south in the Coral Sea, generating more swell. This will be an intense low, that will skim right in along the South East corner of Queensland, causing strong winds, huge swell and heavy rain. It will also affect the Northern Rivers. Winds will pick up further between the Gold Coast and Coffs Harbour generating increased shower activity, while the swell will also increase. It will remain mostly fine south of Coffs Harbour with the risk of showers small, while it will remain hot away from the coast.

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GAV’S WEATHER: CURRENT CONDITIONS TO CONTINUE

QLD’s Gulf Country will still continue to be awash with rain as the system finally begins to weaken over the weekend, while moist onshore winds along the east coast will continue. Tropical Cyclone Hola will move south clipping Numea. Showers will linger along the coast, with another day of very similar conditions expected as the onshore SE winds continue to blow causing partly cloudy skies east of the divide while it will remain all fine and warm on the western side.

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WET WEATHER EASING

Queensland remains the wettest place in the nation at the moment as the storm continues over the Gulf Country in the far north. The rest of the nation is cloud free, dry and still very warm. Moist onshore winds along the east coast will continue. Showers will linger for the rest of the week be less consistent. Partly cloudy for the coast with the occasional isolated shower still streaming through. South East winds to continue with mild conditions expected. All fine inland.

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GAV’S WEATHER: RAIN FOR NORTH EAST NSW

Queensland remains the wettest place in the nation but North East New South Wales is now getting a piece of that, with rain under the cloud cover making its way across the north of the state. Queensland will continue to be awash with rain as the system moves further inland, crossing over into the Northern Territory, while the moist onshore winds will continue along the east coast. Rain over North East New South Wales and South East Queensland will ease into tomorrow, however the showers will continue along the coast as moderate to strong onshore winds settle in.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MORE RAIN ON THE WAY

The QLD tropics remain the wettest place in the nation, while rain is also making its way across Northern NSW. Moist onshore winds along the east coast will continue to feed the very active trough over inland QLD and NSW. Big storms will be more common inland along the trough, while showers and rain periods, heavy at times, will stick to the coast. Another cloudy day is expected tomorrow with with humid strong SE winds.

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