Weather and rainfalls

Filed in Just In by November 8, 2021

THE cloud cover will continue to break up today with a shower or two throughout today and tomorrow.

The chance of showers will increase on Wednesday and as a low pressure trough forming in inland Western Australia today moves over the state on Thursday and Friday there could be “significant rainfalls”, with the Bureau of Meteorology predicting the upper amount being 75 millimeters.

The low pressure trough will clear on Friday and the weekend will be drier and cooler.

The forecast for spring and summer continues to be wetter than average.

Rainfalls (mm) until 9am this morning:

  • Aberdeen: 12
  • Bunnan: 25
  • Cassilis: 4
  • Ellerston: 17
  • Glenbawn Dam: 26
  • Merriwa: 11
  • Moonan: 11
  • Murrurundi: 15
  • Parkville: 6.4
  • Scone: 30
  • Wingen: 9.5

Expected temperatures this week:

  • Monday: 15-29
  • Tuesday: 15-28
  • Wednesday: 14-26
  • Thursday: 15-21
  • Friday: 13-27
  • Saturday: 11-20
  • Sunday: 9-23

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