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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.

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GAV’S WEATHER: VERY WARM MAY DAY

Today the sun was out, combined with the warm north westerly winds, above average temperatures were felt across the region. A front has swept in across the Bight. Plenty of cloud is on its way with little to no rain at all from it locally. The front in the Bight will sweep into the south east triggering widespread showers and storms with heavy falls expected for Victoria and southern New South Wales. Locally winds will increase and the cloud will close in but very little rain will reach the local region. So another very warm day is on the way with increased wind speed and cloud. Cooler air will move through on the weekend.

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GAV’S WEATHER: ABOVE AVERAGE TEMPS TO CONTINUE

Today a large blanket of upper level cloud slid across the region. No rain fell from this as it passed through overnight and today. Southern Australia has plenty of cloud while it remains clear for the northern half. Another large high is moving in over the Tasman. The start of May will remain dry and warm with more above average temperatures. The high level cloud will clear so we’ll have increased sunshine. Another very warm day is on the way with north west to north east winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER: TOMORROW CLOUDY BUT DRY

Today a large blanket of upper level cloud formed over the centre. No rain is expected from this as it passes through overnight and tomorrow. Another large high is moving in over eastern Australian keeping wind speeds down. Tomorrow will be cloudy as that high layer moves through. It will remain fine and mild as the northerly winds begin to move back in.

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GAV’S WEATHER: APRIL A RECORD BREAKER

Sydney experienced it’s hottest April on record, with many hot and dry weather records broken across large areas of south-east Australia. The coast has seen most of the cloud cover today as the showers continue, dominating the area between Newcastle and the Mid North Coast. Another large high will move in over eastern Australia clearing the coastal cloud, with the start of may set be mostly dry. The dry weather will continue inland as you move across the North West, while temperatures will also increase.

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GAV’S WEATHER: COOLING DOWN IN COMING DAYS

There’s cold air set to move in behind the next change. A fresh southerly is moving north generating more cloud and showers which will affect the weekend. Cold air will move in behind the change tomorrow making for some of the coolest conditions we’ve felt this year. Isolated, coastal showers to return for the NSW coast. Cool gusty SE winds will spread across the region overnight. West of the Divide the dry run will continue

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GAV’S WEATHER: COOL WEEKEND ON THE WAY

Heavy falls around Port Macquarie produced more than 50mm. Small to moderate totals were recorded elsewhere along the coast – anywhere between 1 to 30mm for Anzac Day. The trough over the New South Wales coast has been producing more showers which moved further south affecting the Hunter Central Coast region today. That trough line will move a little further offshore tomorrow. Easing conditions before the southerly freshens and colder air moves in making for a cloudy, cooler weekend for the coast with increased shower activity returning. The inland areas of the North West will remain consistently dry but a bit cooler also.

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GAV’S WEATHER: YOUR ANZAC DAY FORECAST

The trough over the New South Wales coast has been producing cloud, as well as some showers and a few small storms. Isolated coastal showers are expected to continue for the New South Wales coast as the low dips further south. We are likely to see some rain tomorrow morning between Newcastle and Coffs Harbour with the highest probability between Port Stephens and Taree. The Northern Rivers may see some shower activity, so it’s best to be prepared. No rain is expected on the western side of the divide, with the North West and Upper Hunter expected to remain dry.

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