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Snow Flurries Fall In The Region

Snow Flurries Fall In The Region

The Bureau of Meteorology reported snow falls observed in the Northern Tablelands yesterday with flurries observed at Glen Innes, Ebor, and Guyra.. The wintery blast will continue across south-east Australia through the early part of this week, meaning more cool days,...

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Winter Blast To Bring Snow

Winter Blast To Bring Snow

The Bureau of Meteorology advises snow is forecast to fall to low elevations across the ranges outside of the Alpine peaks over the coming days as a cold air-mass persists across the state. Across the northern ranges a dusting of snow is possible above 1000m, mainly...

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Snow Forecast For The Region

Snow Forecast For The Region

The Northern Tablelands is set to experience snowfall at the beginning of the week as temperatures start to plummet in the region. The flurry is due to a prolonged outbreak of frigid air with Antarctic origins and will envelope southeastern Australia for most of next...

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Welcome Rain Hits the Region

Welcome Rain Hits the Region

Good rainfall has been received across the district after a series of weather systems crossed the region. The Bureau of Meteorology has recorded 45mm at Inverell, 22mm at Nullamanna, Elsmore 14mm, Bukkulla and Warialda 20mm, Bundarra and Tingha 18mm Kings Plains 16mm,...

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Rain in Inverell

Rain in Inverell

An earlier than expected downpour of rain has drenched the shire overnight, with reports showing more than 10mm of rain falling since the start of the evening. The welcome rainfall came as a result of clouds forming from South East Queensland and heading in an East...

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Cold Mornings in the New England

Cold Mornings in the New England

Large areas of the region have endured a string of bitterly cold mornings this week as winter takes its first real bite for the season This spell of frosty overnight temperatures has been caused by a cold and dry air mass interacting with clear skies and light winds...

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