Dry today but we’ve got a couple of stormy days coming up.
This one is worth watching – we’ve got a significant battle coming up later this week and over the weekend with a significant and longer lasting westerly change coming through – but the chance of showers and storms before it does so.
Lots of storms over the last few days…and lots of interesting weather coming up. Here’s all the details!
SUmmer storms and sea breezes – but the fire risk is still there.
As before I’ll start with a reminder that the BoM and RFS are the places to go for the latest warnings and fire weather information. This is a local blog and not an official forecast. Some useful links: Bureau of Meteorology – for the latest official weather forecasts and warningFires Near Me – for the […]
We’ve got a mainly dry and warm few days coming up with the classic Spring NE winds howling down the coast in the afternoon. Those winds will be pumping in some moisture (and raising coastal fire danger levels in the current dry) ahead of the next change moving in on Monday. That change moves in […]
We’ve got some showers moving in today, courtesy of a southerly change, a surface trough and some increasingly cold air up high. The forecast radar from this arvo through tomorrow afternoon looks like this: You can see the showers move in from the coast and then stick around as they hit the Coffs / Dorrigo […]
Storms Today – But What’s To Come? A beautiful little storm incoming as I type – and the radar shows storms across NE NSW today, which is great for areas to our north that have missed out so far: EDIT – and sure enough that line moved through with some good totals in town. This […]
Some beautiful showers and storms again yesterday around our region – we are truly blessed. Here’s an animation of the storms yesterday as the trough stalled right overhead: …and here’s the resultant rain totals: Once again a focus over the valleys with very little elsewhere across NE NSW. This follows on from recent trends that […]
An animation of the last 24 hours of the Grafton radar shows smoke plumes developing over out of control fires to our North (that were at Emergency Warning level again yesterday). That smoke cleared last night as fire activity died down. You can then see rain developing to our south and a southerly change sweep […]