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    Major storm warning

    It just hit our town and caused major damage. Power poles, trees, roofs ect. down all over the place. Anyone NE, E and SE of the Namoi and in the New England Region, take it seriously. I'm on my wifes laptop and USB WIFI. We won't have power at least till tomorrow. We are fine, just damn hot without power for the swampy after another 44 degree day.

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    thank you for the warning norwest. Stay safe.
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    Thanks for the warning, we are preparing just in case.
    I am sorry you are without power, but glad you are okay. I hope everyone in your area are.
    Stay safe everyone
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    Not much rain in the storm. The southerly change has caused further major problems for the fires near Coonabarabran and Collarenabri (which has already burned 1500 ha)!
    Had record high temp here yesterday, and the change has been a relief.

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