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This week may have felt like early Spring but it is still mid Winter and a cold front and pool of cold dry air about 24 hours behind will remind us of that during the weekend. Strong and gusty winds potentially to 70km/h will develop ahead of the front that... Continue reading
Posted 21 hours ago at ABC New South Wales
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Severe weather conditions will develop ahead of a strong cold front that is expected to drop snow to around 300m in Tasmania, 500m in Victoria and to 700m on the Central Tablelands of New South Wales. Damaging winds potentially reaching 90 to 140km/h particularly in higher areas, ahead of and... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at The Weather Man
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Maximum temperatures will continue to rise in the coming 2 days with Thursday the warmest but forecast to be below the record temps for July, 25.9 City & Parramatta, 26.7 Penrith. Winds will become strong again on Thursday ahead of an overnight change which will also introduce much colder and... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at ABC New South Wales
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There is still a month of Winter to come but Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will see conditions more reminiscent of the October average. The hottest July day on record in the city is 25.9 degrees recorded on the 24th in 1990 with the warmest mean monthly maximum 19.5 recorded last... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at ABC New South Wales
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A ridge of high pressure across the centre of the continent and a series of lows and associated cold fronts crossing the far south of the Continent will maintain a vigorous westerly wind flow across the south east states with wind warnings expected to be issued at times through the... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at The Weather Man
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A trough is triggering a band of patchy rain and isolated thunderstorms but falls are still expected to be light and patchy overnight with most totals less than 10mm and clearing early Saturday to a mostly sunny afternoon. Sunshine will then be the dominant feature across Sydney through the remainder... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at ABC New South Wales
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When you look at how much rain has fallen across the country this month the picture looks good for many areas but when you place that against the percentage of the monthly average the true state of the rain deficit that continues through many areas of the country begins to... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at The Weather Man
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A weak trough will cross Sydney during Friday and early Saturday with a good chance of some showers but falls are expected to be quite isolated and light. Some of the forecast models suggest a slight chance of some isolated thunderstorms in parts of the Sydney Basin later Friday. Any... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at ABC New South Wales
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Thursday is expected to remain dry although partly cloudy with the warmest temperature's expected in the more western suburbs. Friday afternoon and evening remains a little uncertain with some of the forecast models suggesting some thundery rain possible or just some patchy light rain with considerable variations in rain amount.... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at ABC New South Wales
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High pressure systems will dominate the weather across Sydney through the coming week with a mostly dry forecast the result. Light onshore winds on Wednesday and Thursday could keep temperatures a little cooler in the east with western suburbs forecast to be warmer on both those days . Between highs... Continue reading
Posted Jul 21, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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The coming week will see a continuation of the above average maximum temperatures across Sydney with several days at or above 20 degrees in the east. There is mention of showers Thursday but the percentage change is well below 50% and if they develop falls will most likely be less... Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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A series of cloud bands will impact the southern half of the continent this week but for the most part the only accumulated widespread falls in excess of 10mm will fall across parts of Western Australia and South Australia. In the west it is associated with 3 cold fronts through... Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2014 at The Weather Man
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A complex area of low pressure in the Tasman Sea is moving east with a small cell of low pressure is moving north off the coast and combining with a high west of the state to produce gusty and potentially damaging winds. Gale force winds will continue Saturday along all... Continue reading
Posted Jul 18, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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A low moving through the Tasman Sea and a pool of very cold air in the upper atmosphere will bring very Wintery conditions to Sydney. There is a very good chance of snow on the Blue Mountains overnight and tomorrow morning with some light and isolated showers penetrating into the... Continue reading
Posted Jul 17, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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The heaviest falls from last night's rain were 5mm at Fairfield and 4mm at Oatley with most other suburbs recording between 1 and 2mm. The only feature from a cold front crossing the south east tomorrow is expected to be moderate to fresh, cold and dry south west winds which... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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A cold front is moving closer to the South Australian coastline with showers, thunderstorms and strong gusty winds developing in the early afternoon about Kangaroo Island and nearby mainland coastal areas. This front will cross most of the south east by late Thursday with snow dropping to around 600m in... Continue reading
Posted Jul 15, 2014 at The Weather Man
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Overcast conditions should see some light and patchy rain fall across Sydney overnight but totals at this stage are expected to be very light and patchy. The rain will ease then clear to sunnier skies by around lunchtime with the sunshine set to feature through the remainder of the week... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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A cold front is moving towards the southern Bight and will arrive in South Australia during Wednesday with the coldest air sweeping into the southern areas later in the day. The front will then cross most of Victoria, Tasmania the ACT and New South Wales during Thursday. The main impacts... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2014 at The Weather Man
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Cloud over the next 2 days will produce only very light and patchy rain across Sydney falling mostly tomorrow night and Wednesday morning. Cold fronts will cross the state Wednesday and Thursday with a south west to westerly flow behind then returning Sydney to mostly sunny skies and cooler and... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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Overcast conditions associated with a broadly unstable atmosphere is triggering some light and patchy rain across the eastern two thirds of the continent but for the most part falls will remain light and patchy. The exception is along the western slopes of the ranges in New South Wales where forced... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2014 at The Weather Man
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A cool SW change will reach Sydney around sunset Saturday with an associated cloud band bringing the potential of a very isolated and light shower. In the wake of the change Sunday will remain sunny but a little cooler as cold dry air sweeps across Sydney with winds maintaining low... Continue reading
Posted Jul 10, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
Another cold front will cross the state on Saturday but will have little impact across Sydney apart from some late cloud and possible light shower with snow expected as low as 700m in the southern ranges. A high will become the dominant feature on the weather by Sunday but with... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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Another cold front will cross the south east states on Friday and Saturday and introduce very cold air with snow to fall down to about 500m in Victoria and Tasmania and 700m in New South Wales. Moisture with this front is not as high as the last few days so... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2014 at The Weather Man
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A complex system of lows and fronts is drawing moisture, strong winds and very cold air across the south east states resulting in snow to low levels and heavy falls of hail, potentially damaging winds and localised heavy rainfall with minor flooding. Widespread warnings are in place, see them here... Continue reading
Posted Jul 8, 2014 at The Weather Man
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If no rain falls in Sydney before Saturday a record of 25 consecutive dry days, set in both 2002 and 1962 will be broken. It is worth noting that there have been several instances 23 consecutive dry day at this time of year. There is no rain in sight until... Continue reading
Posted Jul 8, 2014 at ABC New South Wales