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Rain is on its way for much of the country today as a low moves over northwestern Western Australia causing high winds, heavy rain and storms.

The channels are causing rains and storms in other parts of WA, the Northern Territory and Queensland, some severe, and directing the heat to western WA.

Strong westerly winds are bringing rain to Tasmania. Generally dry in other places under an effect.

National weather forecast for Thursday, December 10, 2020. (Nine news)
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Here’s your state by state forecast for Thursday, December 10, 2020:

Mostly sunny, temperate to warm in the southeast. Showers / storms, very hot in the northeast. Mostly cloudy, hot in the west.

Brisbane will be mostly sunny, with a low of 21 ° C and a high of 29 ° C.

New South Wales and the ACT

Mostly cloudy, isolated showers, cool to temperate in the east. Windy, moderate to warm in the southwest. Mostly sunny, very warm in the northwest.

Sydney will be windy with rain, with a minimum of 17 ° C and a maximum of 26 ° C.

There is a strong wind warning for Sydney Closed Waters, Hunter Coast, Sydney Coast, Illawarra Coast, Batemans Coast, and Eden Coast.

Canberra has predicted rainfall, with a minimum of 10 ° C and a maximum of 25 ° C.

Clear, cool to cold showers in the southeast. Mostly sunny, warm in the north.

Melbourne has downpours clearing, with a low of 13C and a high of 18C.

There is a strong wind advisory for the central coast, the central coast of Gippsland and the east coast of Gippsland

Aneathing, cool showers in the southwest. Mostly sunny, cool in the southeast. Mostly sunny, cool to temperate in the north.

Brisbane will be cloudy, with a low of 8C and a high of 17C.

There is a strong wind warning for Frederick Henry Bay and Norfolk Bay, Storm Bay, Channel, Far North West Coast, Banks Strait and Franklin Sound, East of Flinders Island, Upper East Coast, Lower East Coast, South East Coast and South West Coast .

Mostly sunny, cool to temperate in the southeast and center. Windy, very warm to hot in the west and north.

Adelaide has increased insolation, with a minimum of 13C and a maximum of 25C.

There is a strong wind warning for the Far West Coast, Upper West Coast, Lower West Coast, Central Coast, South Central Coast, Spencer Gulf, Investigator Strait, Upper Southeast Coast, and Lower Southeast Coast .

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Rains / storms, warm or very warm in the southwest. Windy, warm in the south. Rains / storms, very hot in the north.

Perth has a possible thunderstorm, with a minimum of 22C and a maximum of 36C.

A tropical low will produce heavy rain starting today and possible damaging winds crossing the Pilbara / far west Kimberley coastline on Friday.

Showers / storms in NW Top End. Mostly sunny, very warm in Arnhem. Windy, very warm inside. Mostly cloudy, warm to very warm in the south.

Darwin will be mostly sunny, with a minimum of 26 ° C and a maximum of 35 ° C.

A tropical low over northern Western Australia will move south over the next few days and bring significant rainfall to the southwest of the Northern Territory starting today.

There is a flood watch for this weekend in the Southwest NT; many parts of central Australia are very dry due to a prolonged period of below-average rainfall. Daily totals of 30-40mm are possible for the next few days in the western desert.

Watersheds likely to be affected include the Western Desert, Warburton District Rivers, and the Eastern Great Victoria Desert. See more details here.

– Reported with Weatherzone


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