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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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GAV’S WEATHER: STORMY WEDNESDAY FOR MANY

An approaching front will bring scattered falls to the North West and North Coast, while totals in the Upper Hunter are likely to be small. The system has significant structure as it moves from Central Australia to Central New South Wales. Ahead of the change, warm northerly winds will dominate, with the storms likely to reach the North West on Wednesday afternoon.

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SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS BATTER NORTHERN NSW

Parts of the Northern Rivers wore the full force of mother nature last night, with the region battered by severe storms. Josi de Graaf shared this video of the hail at Lawrence on the Clarence River, while further north, the coastal village of Pottsville recorded 112 millimetres in the 24 hours to 9am this morning. Other notable totals included 97 millimetres at Ballina, 98 millimetres at Houghlahans Creek north of Alstonville, and more than 50 millimetres at Byron Bay. The SES responded to more than 70 jobs including 16 in Lismore, with the majority related to fallen trees and leaking roofs. Residents at Urbanville also reported gold ball sized hail at around 3:30 in the afternoon. Did you capture the storm as it passed through?

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GAV’S WEATHER: SHOWERS TO INCREASE

Showers are set to increase along the coast to the northern NSW ranges. Onshore winds and cloud cover will keep temperatures down. Cool and wet at times along the coast and northern NSW ranges with some mountain storms. Fine inland across the NW with more very hot temperatures for the Moree Plains. Temperatures will cool for all on Sunday.

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GAV’S WEATHER: HOT INLAND, COOL ON THE COAST

Clear and sunny for most of the nation with cloud increasing triggering showers and storms in the east as the southerly moves north along the coast. Showers are set to increase along the coast to the northern NSW ranges tomorrow with storms expected. Cooler conditions for the coast behind a southerly change. Ahead of the change it will be hot, extremely hot inland for the far NW and Moree Plains. Temperatures will drop for everyone by the weekend.

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GAV’S WEATHER: LOTS OF CLOUD BUT LITTLE RAIN

There’s a lot of cloud today but little rain. A lot of it was virga – which means the rain fell from the cloud but evaporated before it reached the ground. A trough will once again make its way north allowing for a weak southerly to move in tomorrow. Showers with a few storms will develop along the northern New South Wales ranges and adjacent coastal areas with the inland rain clearing. Another cloud affected day with showers set to fall along the coast and northern ranges. Showers clearing inland. The warm air will be replaced with cooler conditions on Friday behind the system.

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GAV’S WEATHER: RAIN RETURNS FOR PARTS OF AUSTRALIA

Central southern Australia will see most of the cloud and rain as the next system begins to make its way across Victoria and the Murray. North east New South Wales is clear, sunny and quite hot. The high will move out over the Tasman keeping the ocean swell at a minimum. Temperatures will be high for another day. The next rain belt will arrive on Thursday and things will cool back down. So another warm to hot day with north west to north east winds. High cloud increasing as Thursdays rain slowly approaches.

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