Great animation from above this morning:
You can see the early cloud clearing quickly from the coastal plains, before the lumpy clouds start forming inland as the day heats up. Already into the 30s out there and going to keep on climbing for some time. Blue skies and pretty dry out there right now:
But come 1pm the temps are really climbing and that will send the seabreeze heading inland towards the hills. It’s pretty humid (OK, really humid) out there so as the seabreeze starts moving inland check out what happens to the winds – this is the 4pm chart:
Winds forecast to come in from all directions and converge over our region. The wind cannot go down into the earth, it can only go up…and when it contains as much water as it does today then storms are a good chance this arvo. Forecast rainfall to 4pm today looks a little different to the 10am chart:
You can see the rain forecast to fall up and down the coast, with a focus where those winds are forecast to converge. These are storms so some areas will see some and others miss out…but today is a pretty decent chance of seeing some decent rain rates under any storms that do form.
Looking like showers again tomorrow before the change moves through and the weather dries up again. Going to cool down some though, which has to be a good thing!