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GAV’S WEATHER – MORE FINE WINTER DAYS AHEAD

There is another front on its way for the south eastern corner of the nation, with cloud increasing. We can expect the remainder of the nation to be sunny and very dry. The fronts will bring with them strong winds for Victoria, while a high pressure system will domainte elsewhere, meaning we will see cold nights and more sunny days. This will mean the drought conditions will continue, as temperatures become warmer at a local level. Expect more fine, dry, sunny days with quite warm afternoons and cold, frosty starts.

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GAV’S WEATHER: COOL WEATHER TO RETURN

There’s a small amount of cloud across Northern New South Wales today, as a front sweeps in bringing with it cold southern air. Snow has fallen across the alps and Central Tablelands as a result of the icy blast, with winds set to ease as the front passes. Expect further freezing nights though, as a high pressure system dominates meaning it will be cold and sunny. There is no relief in sight for those on the land either, with drought conditions continuing. Expect the winds to back off during Saturday as the sun shines brightly over the entire weekend.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WINTRY CHANGE ON THE WAY

The only weather feature is the low moving across the Great Southern Ocean. This will pump in more cold air on Friday keeping temperatures down, especially overnight into early next week. The days will become windy with some cloud set to return and possible snow flurries across the Barringtons on Friday. The winter chills will return on the weekend. Another fine mild day is on the way for your Thursday, before winds increase and cloud develops with limited showers falling on the western side of the Divide. Clear and cold for the weekend.

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GAV’S WEATHER – MORE DRY CONDITIONS AHEAD

It’s mostly dry across much of the nation, with sunshine dominating, and only a few clouds over the South East. There is only one weather feature, with a low moving across the Great Southern Ocean. Temperatures  are expected to remain low overnight. The days will be fine and mostly sunny as the latest high continues to dominate. Enjoy the milder weather but keep your jumpers and beanies close, with wintry conditions set to return on the weekend. Another fine and sunny day is on the way with more westerly winds.

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GAV’S WEATHER: MILDER DAYS AHEAD

The only weather feature at the moment is a low moving across the Great Southern Ocean, which will pump in more cold air tomorrow. This will in turn keep temperatures down, with most of the country currently cloud free. We can expect mostly fine and sunny days, as a high pressure system continues to dominate. Inland expect to see morning frosts and a mild day, with the run of blue skies continuing.

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GAV’S WEATHER: PLENTY OF BLUE SKY

The only major weather feature is the low moving across the Tasman, which will pump in more cold air tomorrow. This will keep temperatures down across the weekend, with Saturday and Sunday set to remain fine and mostly sunny. We will see a new pulse in swell arrive as the system moves into the Tasman.      WHAT TO EXPECT ALONG THE COAST – WATCH GAV’S SURF REPORT Meanwhile the big dry inland rolls on as the latest high dominates, expect a cold start and widespread frost west of the range. The weekend will be a story of big, bright blue skies, though remaining cold.

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GAV’S WEATHER: LONG RUN OF BRIGHT BLUE DAYS

The only weather feature across the nation is the low moving across the South East. It’s expected to pump in some cooler air tomorrow, keeping temperatures down across the weekend, with Saturday and Sunday expected to remain fine and mostly sunny. A long run of fine, bright blue sunny days are on the way, with cold nights and severe frost inland Cold south westerly winds will dominate the mornings.

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GAV’S WEATHER: THE BIG DRY INLAND CONTINUES

The only weather feature is the low moving across Victoria tonight. This will pump in some cooler air on Friday, keeping temperatures down across the weekend which will remain fine and mostly sunny. That system will move into the Tasman tomorrow, causing a few showers for the southern NSW coast. As the latest high continues to dominate, the big dry inland rolls on. So, another fine day is on the way slightly milder once again ahead of some cooler conditions on Friday.

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