NSW Bureau of Meteorology issues strong wind warning for Illawarra for next two days with poor weather until next week | Mercury of Illawarra


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A strong wind warning has been issued for the Illawarra and Batemans coasts for the next two days. The NSW Bureau of Meteorology issued the sea wind warning at 4.10am today, which will remain in effect until at least midnight Friday and will extend to Sydney, the Hunter and Macquarie coasts. The office is also predicting gloomy weather until the end of next week for Wollongong and the Illawarra, where the forecast for today is cloudy with a high chance of showers and the possibility of a thunderstorm this afternoon. and tonight. Tomorrow will be partly cloudy with a 60% chance of showers, most likely in the afternoon and evening, with a risk of severe thunderstorms later in the day. Saturday will be partly cloudy again with a strong risk of showers, most likely in the morning and a severe thunderstorm in the afternoon. Sunday will also be partly cloudy with a chance of showers. Wet and cloudy weather is expected to continue at least until next Wednesday, according to the office’s seven-day forecast for Wollongong. Wollongong is expecting showers today and a high of just 24 degrees, well below average. Tomorrow there will be a shower or two and a high of 26 degrees. On Saturday there will be a shower or two and a possible storm with a high of 28 degrees, while Sunday will be cloudy and a high of just 25 degrees. Monday will be partly cloudy and 28 degrees before rain returns on Monday and Tuesday, with showers expected both days and highs of just 23 degrees and 22 degrees. The start of summer was largely wet and cold, with extreme weather conditions causing flooding in the region. And although the temperature may warm up, there should be more rain in the coming months. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology‘s latest climate outlook snapshot released on January 6 indicated that rainfall from February to April would likely be above median for parts of northern and eastern Australia, with maximum temperatures likely to be above the median for most of Australia. Minimum temperatures over the period will likely be warmer than the median in Australia. La Nina in the Pacific Ocean, and other factors are likely to influence the outlook for rainfall, the bureau said. The Illawarra Mercury newsroom is funded by our readers. You can sign up to support our journalism here.



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