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WEATHER UPDATE: MILD DAYS, CHILLY NIGHTS

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Night time minimums are consistently below average while day time maximums are the opposite. It is a classic set up that we have endured this winter due to the clear, predominantly dry, skies that have also delivered well below average rainfall. Morning frosts have been a real feature and more are expected as the latest high passes over keeping the current weather trend on track. Read More »

WEATHER UPDATE: WINTER’S BACK

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A cold polar blast that produced snow outside of Melbourne is moving in across the region tonight. It is set to drop temperatures but no rain or snow is likely. Only the coastal fringe from Newcastle to Forster will catch a shower or two. Seas and swell will increase so off shore boating not recommended. Surfers will have to search out the southern protected corners. Inland frosts will return as overnight temperatures will plummet in the coming days making for severe morning frosts. Coastal showers will extend north from Sunday. Read More »

WEATHER UPDATE: NOT A CLOUD IN SIGHT

A beautiful Winters Eve down by the Lake at Budgewoi NSW  weather Chrissy Kime

PHOTO: A gorgeous shot of Budgewoi, taken by Chrissy Kime. The high level jet stream cloud that triggered yesterday’s amazing sunset over the Great Hunter has cleared and the forecast this week is very simple. Cold, clear nights with morning frosts on the Tablelands followed by clear, mild days and westerly winds. This trend will continue until the weekend. The early days of August will chill back down with another blast of cold, polar air on its way from Sunday. Read More »

WEATHER UPDATE: A LITTLE RAIN RELIEF

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PHOTO: This dramatic shot of Summerland Point shot by Caitlin Keane.  High level cloud is increasing across the region ahead of a small rain event. Coastal showers have begun to move in and they will continue. Over the next 48 hours the cloud cover will thicken and patchy light rain will begin to fall across the region including the NW. Totals will not be big but the rain will be widespread. The rain band will clear by Thursday and more cold dry air will move in behind the front dropping temperatures at the end of the week. Read More »

WEATHER UPDATE: CHANGE IS IN THE AIR

We have endured one of the warmest May’s on record with very little rain. Winter is about to begin and things will cool down with a little wet weather on the way. Coastal showers are going to spread north thanks to the weak southerly during Friday. Over the weekend the coastal showers will continue with heavy falls expected offshore. Inland a cold pool is going to move in from the SW and this will help produce some rain for the NW but totals will once again be small clearing by Monday. Read More »

WEATHER UPDATE: WET IN THE NORTH

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PHOTO: Fullerton Cove, in Port Stephens, sent in by Glen Cox.  The Gold Coast and Northern Rivers got a bit of break today from the showers but the reprieve is going to be short lived. A fresh burst of showers is expected to roll back in tomorrow with becoming heavy at times. The most affected area will be in between Coffs Harbour and Southport. The warm dry weather across the NW has spread to the Hunter and MNC thanks to NW winds with the coast experiencing NE seabreezes in the afternoon. Read More »

WEATHER UPDATE: COASTAL SHOWERS MOVED NORTH

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PHOTO: Evans Head, sent in by Dee Hartin.  The heavy coastal showers moved from Newcastle to Tweed Heads and the Gold Coast today. Overnight Tweed Heads copped 52mm. What we have now is pretty much how it will remain for the rest of the week. The big dry inland across the NW will continue as increased sunshine and warmth spreads across the Hunter and Mid North Coast with NW to NE winds. The shower activity is going to continue for the Gold Coast and northern NSW coast for the next few days. Read More »

WEATHER UPDATE: FIRST TASTE OF WINTER

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PHOTO: Swansea Bridge at night, sent in by Glen McIntosh. A large rain band made its way across the region today clearing from the Hunter early before arriving late on the Gold Coast. This passing front will leave behind a trough which will trigger showers and possible storms along the north NSW coast, adjacent ranges and SE QLD tomorrow. On Friday the stronger change will approach but the wet weather won’t arrive until Saturday mostly falling on the western side of the Divide. It will become cold and windy especially to the south and there is still a chance of snow across higher ground Saturday night. Read More »

WEATHER UPDATE: RAIN EVENT ENDING

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This current rain event is coming to a close but there is still some sting left in its tail. The upper level cold pool is passing over NSW triggering more shower, rain bands and storms. This will move through over night and the cold pool will then form into a low and move away from the coast across the Tasman. A trough will still linger over NSW. With so much moisture in the ground we can expect more patchy showers to form across the weekend especially after bursts of sunshine, but the rain event will come to an end. NE swell good for surfers with be a bit bumpy. Ok for boating. Read More »

THE PERFECT STORM

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A spectacular cloud formation dominated the Hunter sky last night, as a rare breed of thunderstorm rolled in from the south. The weather phenomenon was so striking, hundreds of residents picked up their cameras. Read More »

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