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GAV’S WEATHER: POLAR BLAST NUMBER TWO

It’s been a fun 48 hours of snow extending north along the NSW ranges to the QLD border. Conditions will settle down before the next system comes through at the end of the week. The next blast moves in on Thursday night and again we should see more snow fall across the Northern NSW ranges. So expect more cold nights. Tomorrow will be mostly fine with cloud increasing on Wednesday.

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GAV’S WEATHER: WILD WINTRY WEEKEND, BE PREPARED

Two very wintry days will unfold this weekend. Saturday will be ahead of the cold snap. Increased North West winds, cloud will increase with patchy rain and isolated storms particularly in the north with develop. Overnight the cold air will sweep in across the region making for a very cold windy Sunday. Sheep grazier warnings have been issued along with gale wind warnings and believe it or not blizzard warnings for the northern ranges as snow is expected to fall down to 700m, 600m for the Hunter. Winds will be strong enough to cause damage so take care especially on country roads as trees and branches may come down. Also be prepared for possible power outages.

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WEATHER SPECIAL: GAV ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS

We’ve been inundated with your weather questions on social media lately, so today we’ve decided to pick out a few of the most frequent ones. Gav has all the answers below in his video. Is an east coast low still coming, and is it going to be like April’s storm? Maitland had a -8 degrees a few days ago; disproportionately ‘out’ with adjacent towns. How can this happen? Is snow predicted on the Barrington Tops? Will it snow in Newcastle? Is there going to be heavy rainfall in the lower Hunter/Port Stephens area and will the Central Coast be affected? Has the humidity ever reached 100 per cent, and if it ever does, will we all drown?

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WEATHER WITH GAV: WINTER STORM LATEST

Over the weekend we are going to witness a very impressive winter storm that will propel the ski season from from barren to buried. There is very little natural snow on the ground but because it has been so cold this winter there are good layers and runs covered with man made snow. The whole system is going to take a number of days to pass. For us we will see the first front move through on Saturday, that could fire up some storm activity as the cold air begins to mix with the warmer air that is now building up across northern NSW and South East QLD. Overnight and into Sunday the winds will increase and the mercury will plummet. Snow will begin to fall on the Barringtons before extending further north along the northern ranges, potentially into QLD …

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WEATHER WITH GAV: MORE COLD ON THE WAY

Some very cold night time temperatures with morning frosts. Some wet weather is set to move in across the Central Coast and Newcastle. Conditions will warm up a little in North East NSW and South East QLD. Later in the week the most significant cold out break of the year and the potential to be one of the best in many years will sweep in making for even colder temperatures to kisk start next week.

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WEATHER WITH GAV: MORE COLD AIR ON THE WAY

A fast moving cold front is moving across the South East tonight. Ahead of the front conditions will be fine and quite comfortable in the far north of New South Wales and South East Queensland. To the south for the Hunter the wind will pick up speed during the afternoon and the cold air will push through overnight making for a cold, wintry Friday. The winds will ease over the weekend and the first week of July should be mostly fine.

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WEATHER WITH GAV: FOGGY START WITH INLAND RAIN

Very foggy this morning across many areas especially the Hunter. Which didn’t really heat up due to the late burn off before mid level cloud moved in slowing down the daytime heating process. Sunny along most of the Northern Coast with welcome rain falling over the North Western flatlands from Boggabri to Narrabri and Moree with Walget also receiving some welcome rain. The system will continue over night before clearing by Thursday.  

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WEATHER: SOUTHERLY CHANGE

A southerly is making its way up the coast, triggering showers and storms from Sydney to Newcastle this afternoon. This change will continue to track north, causing more showers into south east Queensland by tomorrow. Inland will be dry and the southerly winds will ease quickly for the Hunter, along with the showers.

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WEATHER: A LITTLE FOLLOW-UP RAIN

A rain band moved in across the North West plains this afternoon, along with a few patchy showers over the Upper Hunter. A slow moving trough is going to pass over tonight, and throughout tomorrow, making for another cloudy one with patchy, light showers widespread. Coastal showers are then going to settle in for some time, particularly in the north.

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