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A live look at Miami as Hurricane Irma closes in on Florida.

Credit: Fox 11 Los Angles

Fathers Day Sunny, becoming windy, thunderstorms and snow on the way!

03/09/17 - 11:00AM

Happy Fathers Day to the Dad's out there!

Things have been a little slow warming up this morning but once that cloud burns off we should see temps jump up on the coast where as inland we already see temps between 25-28c with Bourke already at 30c

Some thunderstorm activity has kicked off early in the Central West Slopes and Plains region and should fire up again this afternoon becoming more widespread.

Thunderstorms are possible on the Southern Highlands/Tablelands this afternoon as well but I don't expect anything too note worthy.

A Frosty Start to Spring

31/08/2017 - 4:45pm

After a rather cool day for the last day of winter, Spring tomorrow is going to start of very frosty for much of New South Wales.

Thredbo will be dipping to -10 overnight, the majority of NSW will wake up in the -4 to 2c bracket making it a frosty and cold start to the first day of Spring.

Good news is that things will heat up by the Sunday with temps between 25-28c again for much of South Eastern NSW and temps in the low to mid 20's for the South Western region.

Meanwhile on Sunday in North Western NSW temps could push in to the low 30's!

We're Back for the 2017/17 Season!

Hi All,
Our website will be updated with a few small tweaks in the coming week as we prep to come out of hibernation and spring in to action!

The first ok setup for Spring looks to show its head on Sunday, however this is still a few days out so take it with a grain of salt but defiantly something to keep an eye on.

We will do an update either Friday or Saturday on the situation.

Depending on how the weekend plays out I will post an update on how I plan or running things this upcoming storm season later on the weekend/early next week.

Terrey Hills radar upgrade - New South Wales

Via BoM Youtube

Terrey Hills Offline for 1 Month

Sydney's weather radar to go offline for an upgrade
29/08/2017

Sydney's weather radar at Terrey Hills will go offline at the end of this week for an upgrade that will increase its ability to detect hail and better assess rainfall.

Terrey Hills is one of four Bureau of Meteorology S1 Doppler radars to receive this upgrade. The others are in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide.

The addition of dual-polarisation scanning will provide a capability that sends out both horizontal and vertical pulses to provide a more detailed picture inside weather systems.

Tinjara Falls - 04/03/17

Filmed in 4k, Best viewed in 4k

Music:
Full Of Emotion - Dean Barrett
Here Comes The Rainfall - Eric Bolvin

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Mediocre Sunrise @ Shoalhaven Heads - 12/01/17

Mediocre Sunrise @ Shoalhaven Heads - 12/01/17

Severe Weather Update: Heatwave conditions in Qld, NSW and SA 10 Jan. 2017

Severe Weather Update: Heatwave conditions in Qld, NSW and SA 10 Jan. 2017

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