Home // Weather (page 11)

Weather

Post new about the latest weather.

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.

Read More »

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’.

Read More »

GAV’S WEATHER: ALL THE DAYS LOOK THE SAME

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. The huge blocking high has completely stalled, and will ensure that most of the country will remain dry for the rest of the month. Fronts keep clipping Tasmania producing rain, while keeping things cool locally with a light southerly air flow. We can expect more of the same in the form of cold nights, frosty mornings and bright sunny days with light winds right across the weekend, and into next week.

Read More »

GAV’S WEATHER: MORE CLEAR, COOL DAYS AHEAD

The consistent lack of cloud over the nation continues. There is still no relief in sight for significant rain for the rest of May. Only QLD and South East Australia has some cloud cover. Blocking highs don’t get much bigger than this one and it has completely stalled. Making sure that the rest of the month will remain dry for most of the country. Fronts keep clipping Tasmania producing rain while keeping things cool locally. Another cold start into a fine, mostly sunny day with cool to mild day time temps.

Read More »

GAV’S WEATHER: COOL BUT STILL DRY

On the very coastal fringe has a small chance of seeing any shower activity tomorrow. The cooler southerly winds have settled in keeping temperatures down. The consistent lack of cloud over the nation continues and there is still no relief in sight for significant rain for the rest of May. Blocking highs don’t get much bigger than this one. One of the largest you’ll ever see. Making sure that the rest of the month will remain dry for most of the country.

Read More »

GAV’S WEATHER: COASTAL SHOWERS SET TO RETURN

The consistent lack of cloud over the nation is absolute torture for many on the land, with still no relief in sight in the form of significant rain. Blocking highs don’t get much bigger than this one, with it being one of the largest you’ll ever see. The large high will ensure that the rest of the month will remain dry across most of the nation, including the local inland communities. A few coastal showers will return tomorrow, otherwise it will be another fine and mostly sunny day, especially inland after a chilly start.

Read More »

GAV’S WEATHER: FINE CONDITIONS RETURN TO THE COAST

Murrurundi in the Upper Hunter is experiencing its worst drought in more than 50 years, and there is still no relief in sight. The lack of relief is due to the latest blocking high moving in to the Great Australian Bight. It is set to strengthen, becoming enormous and once again will negate any chance of inland rain relief for much of the nation. A shower band running along the coastal fringe will move further offshore, meaning the coast will become fine although still cool thanks to south westerly winds.

Read More »

WEATHER: CHANGING WEEK OF WEATHER ON THE WAY

Plenty of cloud building over north east Queensland. The system over the south eastern Queensland and north eastern New South Wales will intensify. Locally the cloud will increase for the Northern Rivers and eastern Queensland with rain building. So rain is on the way for the Gold Coast and Northern Rivers. Showers will begin to form further south along the New South Wales coast through the day. The first significant cold out break is expected at the end of the week.

Read More »

A CLASSIC AUTUMN WEEKEND ON THE WAY

A front has swept in across the region. There’s plenty of cloud with little to no rain at all from it locally. Another massive high will quickly take control of our weekend weather. A fine dry calm weekend is on the way. Locally we have a classic Autumn weekend with a cool morning on the way ahead of a beautiful sunny day with winds easing.

Read More »