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    Welcome to Hunter Valley Weather!! This site contains information about the weather and climate of the Hunter Region, NSW Australia. It includes climatic data, weather photos, past and present severe weather and general weather information.

    Recent Events

    Severe thunderstorm hits Scone - 8 February 2007
    Widespread thunderstorm activity occurred across the region yesterday afternoon. Gale force winds brought down trees and up roof buildings in Scone. Small hail observed in northern areas of Lake Macquarie.

    Coolest December in 7 years - 1 January 2007
    December 2006 was the coolest December since 1999. Williamtown equalled its record low average minimum temperature for the month of December. Mean Temperatures were approximetely 1°C below average.

    Wintery cold front brings snow - 16 November 2006
    A significant cold front passed through the region overnight, bringing snow to higher grounds. Temperatures dropped to below 10°C this morning. It was the first time there has been November snow on the Barrington Tops since 1996.

    Latest News
    09 Aug 2008 - Lake Macquarie AWS is now online
    04 Sep 2007 - A new automatic weather station for Merriwa
    08 Aug 2007 - New radar maps have been released
    17 May 2006 - New look and extended forecasts (Bureau of Meteorology)
    07 Mar 2005 - New Radar Maps (BoM)
    Did you know?

    In the Hunter, the warmer months of the year are not as sunny as the cooler months. There is almost twice the number of clear days in the winter to that in the summer. If you want to try and pick a day of the year with fine weather, pick a day in the middle of July and the chances are it will be clear.

    Saturday 19/10 06:40
    Wind:WNW 7 km/h
    Press:1015.6 hpa
    Rain:0.0 mm
    (since 9am)
    Latest radar
    Saturday 19/10 06:40
    Wind:W 6 km/h
    Press:1017.0 hpa
    Rain:0.0 mm
    (since 9am)

    Tuesday, 25 June 2024
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