THE Bureau of Meteorology has issued storm warnings for the weekend.
The BoM said this afternoon, severe thunderstorms were possible and widespread rain from Friday.
The main details are:
- Warm conditions today with a southerly buster moving up the NSW coast
- Temperatures in the Sydney basin have been in the 30s today with hot and dry westerly winds
- A gusty southerly change will reach Sydney later this afternoon, dropping temperatures by 5-10 degrees Celsius
- From late Friday a trough will start to move across NSW, bringing the risk of severe thunderstorms especially to areas in western NSW
- Severe thunderstorm warnings could be issued at the weekend for some parts of inland NSW
- The trough will linger in NSW/ACT over the weekend bringing showers to most areas
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