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GAVS WEATHER: RAIN GLORIOUS RAIN

It’s a great looking satellite. There’s an inland low that has great shape to it spiraling nicely as it delivers some of the best rain in years for some. Unfortunately  many will miss out mostly across southern New South Wales. Numerous storm clusters are fired up at the lows centre. A small but intense low will hug the coast causing strong winds and more rain as the trough moves on to north eastern New South Wales, delivering that region their dose of good rain. The region is set to receive plenty of rain tonight and tomorrow with storms embedded in the system. Strong winds developing on the Central Coast and Newcastle region.

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GAV’S WEATHER: RAIN ON THE WAY LATER IN THE WEEK

Warm northerly winds will dominate the east making for a number of fine sunny days, before rain arrives later in the week. The skies over the eastern half of the nation are very clear, with more frontal activity making its way across the south west. The incoming front will stall over South Australia, and while it may look impressive it’s unlikely to deliver significant rain. Tomorrow will see the warm spring weather continue, with blue skies inland, and afternoon seabreezes along the coast.

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GAV’S WEATHER: CONTINUATION OF CHANGING SPRING WEATHER

Most of the nation remains clear, with some frontal activity making its way across the Great Australian Bight. A front will move across New South Wales on Sunday, dropping temperatures and triggering some showers and storms for parts of the North Coast. Those showers will extend into the adjacent ranges. Ahead of the front temperatures will remain warm, especially between Coffs Harbour and the Gold Coast.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MORE CHANGEABLE SPRING WEATHER

Skies over the nation are still clear but more frontal activity is making its way across the Bight. The wet weather along the coast has all but cleared as the northerly winds begin to build triggering a spike in temperatures. Another front is on approach to the south east, moving across all of New South Wales by Sunday cooling things back down. A fine, mostly sunny, warm to hot Friday is on the way with coastal sea breezes.

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GAVS WEATHER: SPRING SEE SAW CURRENTLY IN ACTION

The main satellite feature is the cloud mass over the New South Wales coast and adjacent mountains with this afternoons storms visible. Skies over the rest of the nation are still clear. The wet weather along the coast will begin to ease from tomorrow as the northerly winds begin to build triggering a spike in temperatures. Another front is on approach to the south east. The wet weather will clear for a couple of hot days before more unsettled weather returns over the weekend due to the approaching front in the south east.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MORE WET WEATHER FOR NORTH EAST NSW

More onshore winds along the coast are expected tomorrow, making for another cloudy day with showers for the north east corner of New South Wales and South East Queensland. The Greater Hunter and Central Coast may see an isolated shower, while it’s a similar story for the North West with only minimal totals expected. The wet weather is set to clear for a hot end to the week, before the rain sets in again on Saturday.

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GAV’S WEATHER: COASTAL SHOWERS

Onshore winds along the New South Wales coast will make for another cloudy day tomorrow, with the shower activity expected to move a little further inland. Rain totals will build overnight, with falls to continue in the state’s north. West of the divide totals will be small, with a very warm dry end to the week on the way. Skies over the rest of the nation remain clear.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WARM EQUINOX WEEKEND

A fine and warm day is on the way to kick start the equinox weekend, with light winds as high pressure systems continue to dominate. The only major weather feature is the cloud mass over the far north west of the nation moving towards the red centre, the first real sign the wet season in looming. Some of the high level cloud will build through your Saturday, affecting parts of the eastern seaboard.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WARMER END TO THE WEEK

The only feature is the cloud mass over the far NW, the first sign that the wet season is now looming. There is plenty of cloud over the NSW east coast as the southerly blows in some showers. Another powerful high pressure system is set to dominate. The southerly winds and chance of showers will dry up during the day along the coast while remaining fine inland. A cool night and morning is on the way, as the southerly winds ease and the isolated showers clear for a warmer end to the week.

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