June 3, 2010

Chance of drizzle starts to fizzle

The expected moderate falls of up to 25mm this morning on the Gold Coast has fizzled out, with forecasts for the remainder of today predicting only possible showers and local thunder.

Rainfall Forecast maps now only show the possibily of falls between 5-10mm today around the Gold Coast.

However, the NSW central and mid-north coasts are still likely to receive the heaviest falls right through until Monday as an east coast low continues to develop off the coast, and is currently positioned near Byron Bay.

A Severe Weather Warning for the north-eastern parts of NSW has been issued for possible flash flooding and thunderstorms.

However, the low is expected to head south from Friday, and here in the coast the weekend outlook for the Gold Coast is mostly fine, with just a few showers.

June 1, 2010

Unsettled conditions from Thursday

Widespread showers and thunderstorms tending to rain at times during morning is expected on Thursday, with some moderate falls of up to 25mm predicted for the Gold Coast.

This weather comes after the south-coast of New South Wales continues the clean up after wild weather struck the region over the weekend, with eastern and mid-north NSW regions preparing for more wet weather and possible gale force winds between 40-70km/h. (Source: Weatherzone)