The Macleay appears to have missed out on the hail, high winds and heavy rains that have been battering areas up and down the Mid North Coast in the last 24 hours.
According to Weatherzone, Kempsey and Crescent Head received 8.2mm of rain yesterday, while South West Rocks had 4mm. Our neighbours to the north in Coffs Harbour had a decent rainfall with 22mm reportedly bucketing down in a monster storm that also had strong winds and hail.
Today Kempsey could see a possible thunderstorm and reach highs of 31 degrees. The weekend is supposed to be a wet one with 10-20mm of rain predicted for Saturday and 1-5mm on Sunday. Monday could bring a possible shower and a top temperature of 30 degrees.
Tuesday is forecast for more possible showers and a 5-10mm rainfall; temperatures are supposed to reach 30 degrees. Wednesday continues the trend with possible showers and a top temperature of 29 degrees. Thursday is supposed to be mostly sunny; however, there is the distinct possibility Kempsey will experience a 1-5mm rainfall.
Over in South West Rocks, today is expected to be foggy and reach highs of 29 degrees. Saturday has possible showers and rainfall of 10-20mm. Sunday will bring potential thunderstorms and a chance of 1-5mm of rain.
Monday has possible thunderstorms and a chance of 1-5mm, temperatures could reach 27 degrees. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are forecast to have storms and reach highs of 28 degrees.
Crescent Head has a similar forecast to Kempsey today with a possible thunderstorm and highs of 31 degrees. The weekend has showers, and 10-20mm of rain predicted for Saturday and 1-5mm on Sunday. Monday could bring a possible shower and a top temperature of 30 degrees.
Tuesday could see more wet weather with possible showers and a 5-10mm rainfall. Wednesday is expected to have possible showers and a top temperature of 29 degrees. Thursday is supposed to be mostly sunny; however, there is the possibility of rain in the afternoon.
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