Don't put away the brollie yet

DON'T let the odd ray of sunshine fool you - the wet weather hasn't gone away just yet.

Duty observer with Coffs Harbour 's meteorology bureau, Roger Brown, says the rain will ease today, but we can also expect isolated thunderstorms and fresh north-east to north-west winds. The mercury should reach 28 degrees.

Fine weather is on the cards for tomorrow, with north-west to south-west winds and a top of 26 degrees.

But the rain will be back with us on Saturday, with isolated showers, fresh to strong north-west winds and temperatures hitting 27 degrees.

We're on track to have a wet month overall if the current trend continues, with 104.2mm falling so far during November in Coffs Harbour. The average for the month is 131.9mm.

A trough extending from north-west Queensland to southern NSW, bringing plenty of moisture with it, was behind the current weather pattern, Roger said.

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