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With only 2 days of July left it is pretty safe to say that the month will be added to the long run of above average max and min temperatures. Minimums ranged from +1.3 at Horsley Park to +2.7 at Sydney Airport with maximums just +0.3 at Penrith but substantially... Continue reading
Posted 8 hours ago at ABC New South Wales
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Sunday is the last day of July and as such we move into a period of late Winter with August the warmest of the three winter months. After a mild July we will end the month off with slightly above average temperatures with the first day of August the warmest... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at ABC New South Wales
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Winter sunshine will spread across Sydney as a slow moving high remains the dominant feature on the weather. As well as the sunny skies the high will ease winds with a moderate breeze tomorrow and Friday easing to light across the weekend The clear skies and easing winds overnight will... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at ABC New South Wales
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Wednesday will see a burst of stronger and possibly gusty winds peaking around the middle of the day and easing overnight as a cold front slips across the south of the state. A ridge of high pressure will strengthen over the state maintaining dry and mostly sunny conditions and with... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at ABC New South Wales
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A high pressure cell is the dominant feature on Sydney's weather and will continue to be so for the coming week with the next 6 days looking at very little day to day variation. Overnight minimums will be cold with some isolated areas of frost becoming more likely by later... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at ABC New South Wales
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Figures collated by the BoM indicate the warmest July day on record at Narooma, Camden Airport and Sydney Airport With the Observatory Hill site in Sydney just 0.2 below the record today. Moruya Heads recorded their warmest July day in 90 years. The 29.3C recorded at Tibooburra is the warmest... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at ABC New South Wales
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Although temperatures will drop over the weekend we will be spared a rapid and sharp fall. Tops of 25 on Friday will drop to around the high teens Saturday but sit in the mid teens Sunday. Winds will be a feature on Friday and Saturday as two cold fronts move... Continue reading
Posted Jul 21, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Friday will see another burst of Spring like conditions with temperatures across Sydney reaching into the mid 20's but maximums dive through the weekend with colder air behind cold fronts. Today's rain and cloud cover resulted in very little movement in temperatures today with a top of 17 after a... Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Sydney has recorded two consecutive days of 24 degrees, something that has only occurred in one other July in the last 11 years and that was 2014. Days above 20 in July are fairly common with all July's from 2005 recording at least 2 days of 20.0 or above with... Continue reading
Posted Jul 19, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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The average July temperature in Sydney City is 16.3 and the forecast suggest we wont get to within three degrees of that before the weekend with only Sunday sitting close to the July average. A warm and humid tropical air mass moving south from Queensland is responsible for the burst... Continue reading
Posted Jul 18, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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The weekend is expected to be dry and fairly sunny although there will be some cloudy periods at times. Mornings will remain cold with frost expected across the western half on Saturday but warming temperatures should see them more isolated and patchy on Sunday morning. From Sunday to Tuesday there... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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London is forecast to reach a mid Summer 24 degrees on Tuesday with Sydney's mid Winter 23 looking very impressive, although I ask myself what have we done to our Climate. A high is the dominant feature across Sydney and the state and dry and mostly sunny conditions will prevail... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Today's top of 14.0 in the city is the second coldest day this Winter and only the eight day to record a maximum temperature below the monthly average. The latest forecast indicates it will warm quicker across Sydney than initially expected with maximums pushing above average from Thursday. Mornings on... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Sydney Observatory Hill is forecast to record three consecutive of average to below average July temperatures as a pool of cold air sweep across the state. This is only the second time this Winter we will have recorded more than one day of below average temperatures. Strong and gusty winds... Continue reading
Posted Jul 12, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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A forecast maximum of 13 in Sydney City on Wednesday will be the coldest day since 13.4 was recorded on July 16th last year. Most years Sydney records a maximum between 12 and 14 degrees. Regardless of the frequency of these temperatures it will be a cold day and the... Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Showers around Sydney are expected to contract to the coast overnight and mostly clear by dawn with only a slight chance of an isolated and light shower along the exposed coastal fringe so ignore most of those pesky shower icons. Areas of cloud will continue through Sunday although there should... Continue reading
Posted Jul 8, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Overnight showers produced widespread moderate falls in the more coastal areas of Sydney but falls tapered off quickly further inland with falls after 9am generally less than 8mm across the Sydney basin. Rainfall is possible across most of Sydney through Friday but falls will be more like today's totals with... Continue reading
Posted Jul 7, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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An East Coast low off the southern coast of the state will deliver a bust of strong and gusty winds across Sydney with possible gusts in the 70 to 80km per hour range from early morning. Cloud will increase through the day with possible showers developing in the evening but... Continue reading
Posted Jul 5, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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As the strongest cold front so far this year crosses the state, Sydney will experience fairly strong and gusty north west winds shifting westerly with the change but remaining strong and gusty. There will be some areas of cloud with the change but rainfall is expected to remain on and... Continue reading
Posted Jun 23, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Coats, scarves, jackets and jumpers that have been packed away in moth balls (napthalene) for the past 12 months will come out this Saturday as a strong cold fronts draws bitterly cold air across Sydney. Lighter winds overnight and around dawn will lead to frost in parts of Sydney especially... Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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A cold front crossing New South Wales on Friday will introduce some very cold and dry air and windy conditions will make for very low wind chills, significantly colder than the forecast 14 to 16 degrees. Ahead of that change above average temperatures will continue with mostly sunny skies although... Continue reading
Posted Jun 21, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Despite a series of cold fronts crossing the south east and dropping snow on the NSW Alps, the cold air will remain south of Sydney. Tuesday will become quite windy through the day with gusty conditions by the afternoon although easing through the evening. Most of the week will remain... Continue reading
Posted Jun 20, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Any rain on Saturday is expected to be patchy and mostly light with falls generally less than 5mm with some isolated totals possibly up to 10mm. Sunday will be the wetter of the days as rain becomes widespread and falls of 15 to 30mm are expected across the Sydney basin.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 17, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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Maximum and minimum temperatures across Sydney so far this month are well above the June average but forecast models are suggesting a switch to a more typical Winter pattern. A trough and low will trigger widespread rain as they cross the state over the weekend with a burst of more... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2016 at ABC New South Wales
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A trough moving east in the coming days will have no impact until Friday with another sunny and mild day on Thursday although a cold morning is expected with high cloud at times. Friday will be cloudier buy any rain will be light and patchy with a mostly dry day... Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2016 at ABC New South Wales