Farmers hope for rain boost in next few days
Thursday, August 26th 2018, 11am – 3pm
The best opportunity for this is just after 3am, when the skies appear light and the wind is calm. Rain is likely to come down as rain as the warmest day has come before today.
The weather has improved since last Sunday. Some people have reported better visibility.
The weather may be changing with the recent thundershowers. Highs are around 38C and very little humidity.
However there are still some clouds over North and Central NSW, which mean that the risk of thunderstorms and wind is still high.
Rain should continue over NSW and the southern half of the state this morning. Winds will weaken and the temperature will rise from 25C to around 37C in some places.
However, gusts will be weak and there’s still some chance for thunderstorms and light rain.
This is an unusual season with most wetter spells in the year, so expect showers over Northern NSW and some areas to see very heavy rain showers.
The south of NSW is expected to have less rain so areas south of Sydney, such as Easts Farm and the Gold Coast, will not h샌즈 카지노ave much rain, while the north and southeast will have more.
It’s still a drier year but there will still be some showers at some times of the day.
The rain is expected to spread southward into Northern NSW but you should expect drier conditions for about 2 hours and then a return to wet with a chance of showers in central and south-eastern NSW.
Rainfall in the areas of the Hunter, Cairns, Mt Isa, and Waverle온카지노y and the Gold Coast are expected to be moderate this season. These areas are at the most vulnerable to droughts and droughts will persist across the northern half of the state for the rest of the week.
Wind gusts around 40km/h are possible over the weekend and in parts of the State.
Friday, August 27th 2018, 1pm – 7pm
The forecast is for mostly dry weather but gusts of over 40km/h are possible on the weekend and the rain will continue into the weekend. The risk of thunderstorms this afternoon are minimal.
The dry weather is expected over most of South Australia this weekend before moving to Victoria and South Coast, which are at t여주출장마사지he greatest risk for flash floods. There are more chances of flas