DETAILS OF THE WET WEATHER COMING FROM SUNDAY THROUGH SA THEN VIC AND NSW NEXT WEEK.

Not much change in the guidance surrounding the wet weather descending on SA through the weekend and into VIC and NSW next week, with a large scale long wave trough and embedded cold fronts set to bring bursts of rainfall and gusty conditions most of next week and possibly beyond!


Euro 00z - Rainfall for the next 10 days - Valid Thursday 8th of July 2021.

Latest guide shows showers increasing from Sunday over the southeast then a strong system coming through on Tuesday, Thursday and then again on the weekend.

Euro 00z - Rainfall for the next 10 days - Valid Thursday 8th of July 2021.

GFS 00z - Rainfall for the next 10 days - Valid Thursday 8th of July 2021.

Widespread falls developing mid week with the cold front passing through southeast areas with heavy falls possible with thunderstorms. Then moisture building through the interior, with patchy rainfall developing. Showers increasing for southern areas on Tuesday with more rainy weather Thursday through Sunday with more frontal weather and the weather becoming cold and wintry.

GFS 00z - Rainfall for the next 10 days - Valid Thursday 8th of July 2021.

Rainfall for the next 10 days - Valid Thursday 8th of July 2021.

I am extending the 25mm shading further north through SA with that thanks to more frontal weather coming into the forecast period now. Some heavier falls about those areas exposed to a westerly wind regime. Some moderate falls may impact Ag areas during the outlook period as well. Further rainfall sits beyond this forecast period into the 7-16 day range.

Rainfall for the next 10 days - Valid Thursday 8th of July 2021.

A closer view of the Adelaide region and towards the east and there are signals for better rainfall sweeping through at times, all together it should accumulate to reasonable rainfall. The westerly winds persisting for about a week with four fronts to bring rainfall inland.

Rainfall for the next 10 days - Valid Thursday 8th of July 2021.

Rainfall looks decent for the Melbourne region and indeed farms and properties in the Central Ranges and the Yarra region, where the westerly wind favours rainfall in these areas.

More details to come in the morning, with another full write up, but it is looking more positive.

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