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DRY EASTER LONG WEEKEND, WITH CHILLY MORNINGS

Another glorious day across the region – it’s shaping up as a sunny and dry Easter long weekend. But it was a chilly start for areas of New South Wales. Parts of the Northern Tablelands and Upper Hunter awoke to their coldest April morning since 2015 today. Armidale and Scone recorded their coldest April morning since April 28, 2015. Scone fell to a low of 5, while Armidale recorded a chilly low of 3.6, prior to sunrise. A ridge of high pressure over southeastern parts of the country has led to clear pre-dawn skies, with temperatures plummeting as a result. Image: Woolgoolga sunset, John Alford.

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WEATHER: EASTER LOOKING GOOD

PHOTO: Di Morton snapped Bulahdelah pre-dawn.  The Easter forecast is looking very nice. Light winds and mostly sunny skies with comfortable temperatures. The chance of showers along the coast is incredibly small with only Monday being likely to produce an actual decent shower.

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GAVIN MORRIS WEATHER: COASTAL SHOWERS, FINE INLAND

The low is well defined moving out over the warm waters of the Tasman, it will be slow moving so plenty of swell will hit the coast in the coming days. The east coast will be see the onshore SE winds return as this latest low moves east. It will remain fine and mostly sunny inland during the lead up to and across Easter. Still clear across most of the nation as the Top End cops heavy rain from a tropical low.

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GAV’S WEATHER – EASTER OUTLOOK

A chilly blast of cold air has moved through the region today, making for some of the coldest temperatures since last Spring. In the coming days a few showers showers will skim in along the coast but the good news is the majority of the Easter long weekend looks fine with light to moderate winds and lengthy sunny periods for most of the region.

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BURTON TOYOTA SURF REPORT

Small bumpy waves for most of the coast will be on offer this weekend. The swell is abating and the winds are going to be light on Saturday. Morning offshore winds will increase on Sunday with afternoon seabreezes for the NSW coast. The South-East winds will continue for South-East QLD with more nice, moderate sized lines wrapping around the point breaks.

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GAV’S WEATHER – COASTAL SHOWERS CLEARING OVER THE WEEKEND

It has been a tough time across the flooded regions of North-East NSW after the wettest March on record. The showers have been consistent and very annoying as the clean up continues. Over the weekend warmer, drier air will spread across the NBN broadcast region. The shower activity will contract to the North-East corner of NSW on Saturday before drying up on Sunday ahead of a cold change set to drop temperatures on Monday. The North-West winds will be come strong for the Greater Hunter on Sunday as the system approaches.

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GAV’S WEATHER: FINING UP FOR THE WEEKEND

It has been a very wet time for the coast but the good news is the the showers will finally make way for a fine weekend. Newcastle and Gosford saw the sun return today as the showers developed elsewhere. The shower activity will clear from the North-West and start to break up further across the Greater Hunter tomorrow in time for the weekend which will be fine, mostly sunny and warmer. The showers will begin to clear from the northern NSW and South-East Queensland coasts on Saturday with a fine looking Sunday for all.

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SCATTERED COASTAL SHOWERS MOVING INLAND

The remnants of Cyclone Debbie are over New Zealand wreaking havoc there. The solid swell will now begin to ease. The east coast will see the onshore SE winds continue with more showers. The inland trough will draw in enough moisture to cause a few isolated showers to develop over parts of the NW.

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