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Weather update: Stormy days ahead for Clarence Valley

THUNDERSTORMS lashed the Valley on Christmas Day and it appears we will be having a cloudy and rainy festive season.

Thursday is predicted to be a warm day with a maximum of 30 degrees, however the Bureau of Meteorology said it will be cloudy with isolated showers.

There is also a chance of an afternoon storm.

On Friday the maximum temperature is thirty degrees again with isolated showers and an afternoon thunderstorm.

Saturday is also predicted to be rainy, cloudy and potentially stormy.

If you have come to the Valley for a holiday it is probably the perfect day to have a look in the paper for things to do when it rains.

Topics:  bureau of meteorology, weather



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