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TOTAL FIRE BANS DECLARED ACROSS NORTHERN NSW

Extreme heat is forecast for most of Northern New South Wales on Sunday, with temperatures in the mid-to-high 30’s expected across the broadcast area. Newcastle is heading for a top of 36 degrees, the Hunter Valley 38, while the mercury could soar above 40 in some parts of the North West. The rural fire service has declared a total fire ban, stretching from the Hunter to the Queensland border. (VISION ONLY)

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GAV’S WEATHER: PERFECT START TO SUMMER

It will be close to a perfect start to summer across much of Northern NSW, with westerly winds building ahead of a dry cool change. There’s little action across the nation, with the only two major features a low moving away from the coast, and a massive trough arcing its way across the country. Other then that, it’s a story of sunshine.

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GAV’S WEATHER: CLEAR AND CALM

Back to a clear nation with very little going on around the country, which is soaked in sunshine. The low is now moving away from the coast. The only features are the low now moving away from the coast generating a solid swell. There is also a massive trough arching its way across the country. Fine, clear and mostly sunny with comfortable temperatures and light variable winds.

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WEATHER: SHORT LIVED BUT DANGEROUS EAST COAST LOW

The low is expected to intensify as it reaches the coast, with isolated showers and storms to develop throughout Wednesday across the Greater Hunter. We can expect to see the worst of the weather into the evening, as strong winds and bursts of heavy rain strike the Central Coast and Newcastle region. It will move away quickly, however large swells will stick around.

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TOTAL FIRE BAN DECLARED IN STATE’S NORTH

While parts of the Hunter & Central Coast are expecting heavy rain and strong winds, further north, a total fire ban has been declared for Wednesday. The Rural Fire Service has declared the ban in the far-north-coast region, which includes Ballina, Byron Bay, Lismore, Kyogle and Tweed Heads. Strong north-westerly winds along with temperatures in the mid 30s are expected for the region. Gavin Morris will have more on the expected conditions in tonight’s news.

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WEATHER: EAST COAST LOW SET TO DEVELOP

There’s a chance of flooding rain for coastal parts of New South Wales from Wednesday, as a low intensifies over the Tasman. The system is likely to impact areas between the Illawarra and the Hunter. It’s unlikely to be as intense as last week’s low, but will deliver a little rain to the interior. Tomorrow, we can expect a fine and mostly sunny day, with northerly winds.

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WIND EASES FOR WEEKEND

In the south east, the intense low is maintaining the strong winds as it moves out over the Tasman. This will generate increased swell Most of the nation is sunny and dry. There is another low in the west on the country. That low will move in over central Australia. It wont be as intense as this week’s low but will deliver a little rain to the interior. The winds will ease for a great weekend of sunshine and comfortable temperatures across the region.

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GAV’S WEATHER: GOOD RAIN FOR NORTHERN NSW

It’s an amazing satellite with the huge cloud band being the dominate feature. The dust storm could be seen on the satellite image today flaring up in between the rain band and the cold front sweeping across South Australia. This approaching system is massive and has a lot of structure about it, extending north to Queensland and the Northern Territory. Cold air is the next feature sweeping in across the south east with snow to fall on the Alpine regions. The rain will continue tonight for most of the region, contracting to the north east tomorrow morning. Elsewhere a fine, warm mostly sunny day is on the way with winds increasing for a windy colder end to the week.

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