A stormy sky will rule over Bathurst, says the meteorologist | Western lawyer

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An initial flood watch has been issued for the Belubula, and hail is possible for Bathurst as storms sweep the area in the coming days. Weatherzone meteorologist Joel Pippard says a deep trough over central NSW that leads east will bring the choppy conditions. He said thunderstorms are likely for Bathurst on Friday afternoon and there is a good chance they will be severe, bringing with it heavy rains, wind and hail damage. IN OTHER BATHURST NEWS: “Some models make pretty decent sums of money [for Bathurst for Friday]”, he said. “Many models show 15 to 30 millimeters, but that will be variable.” On Saturday morning, isolated showers and thunderstorms are possible before more violent storm activities start in the late morning. Hail is a possibility, he said, as well as harmful winds. He said there will be a little instability on Sunday, but storms are not as likely as they were on Saturday. The Bureau of Meteorology issued an initial flood watch on Thursday afternoon for a number of drainage basins in NSW, including the Belubula River, which flows through Blayney, Carcoar, and Canowindra. The office says the drainage basins “average to wet” after the rainfall in recent weeks ” are.

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