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GAV’S WEATHER – ANOTHER CHANGE ON THE WAY

The main feature is the moisture being drawn in across central Australia. This will affect the region in the coming days. Northern Australia is all clear as the sunshine over Central Australia is being shut down by increased high level cloud, thanks to another jet stream pulse drawing large amounts of moisture off the Indian Ocean. That cloud band will produce widespread light rain to the nations heart. The clear skies over the east and broadcast region will be affected by this encroaching cloud cover. High level cloud will begin to move in across the region from tomorrow producing late light rain. A blast of cold polar air will move in chilling down the second half of the week.

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WEATHER: SOLID SWELL TO CONTINUE

It will remain only slightly showery for the NSW coastal districts. The low in the Tasman will maintain the southerly winds and the solid swell. Mostly fine for the region. The majority of the showers will now fall just offshore as the southerly eases and the large swell continues. Sunny inland. A good looking weekend for all is on the way.

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BURTON TOYOTA SURF REPORT

It’s been a good run of swell that will continue across the weekend. Fairly light to moderate winds, predominantly out of the south. Strong again for South-East Queensland and North-East New South Wales. The southerly winds will strengthen further on Sunday as the swell builds thanks to a developing offshore low. So look to the southern protected point breaks after the morning low tide is the call.

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GAV’S WEATHER – CLOUDY WEEKEND AHEAD

Increased cloud stretches across central eastern Australia headed for NSW and the broadcast region of South-East Queensland. It will remain only slightly showery for the NSW coastal districts and South-East Queensland. The high will pass over making for mostly fine conditions inland. A low will begin to form in the Tasman ready to strengthen southerly winds on Sunday while increasing the swell. So a cloudy day is on the way for all with mild overnight temperatures and some showers for northern NSW and South-East Queensland.

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SOME GOOD NEWS FOR THE NORTHERN RIVERS

The system producing the heavy rain has unexpectedly moved back towards the north into southern Queensland. It will remain showery and windy for the northern NSW coastal districts and South-East Queensland as the low weakens back into a trough line. But the Northern Rivers should be spared from extensive flooding. There will be scattered showers across the NSW coast. So we have more coastal showers on the way with onshore winds strong for the Gold Coast and Byron Coastal waters. Remaining mostly fine inland for the NW.

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FLOODING RAIN ON THE WAY TO NORTHERN RIVERS & SOUTH-EAST QUEENSLAND

The system producing the heavy rain is only just getting started with heavy flooding rain expected to hit the Northern Rivers and South-East Queensland, as the the coastal trough spins back into an East Coast Low. There will scattered showers across the Mid-North Coast to the Central Coast, while remaining mostly fine inland. Residents of the Northern Rivers and South-East Queensland should begin to make preparations for potential flash and broad scale river flooding.

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