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Next 48 hours in Byron Bay

  Weather Temp Chance of rain Cloud cover Wind Dew point Humidity
Friday, March 31

Mostly cloudy. Very windy 25°C 33% 76% icon
SSW 53km/h 20°C 76%

Mostly cloudy. Very windy 26°C 31% 67% icon
SSW 50km/h 21°C 73%

Mostly cloudy. Very windy 25°C 19% 70% icon
SSW 48km/h 20°C 72%

Mostly clear. Windy 23°C 24% 39% icon
SSW 42km/h 18°C 73%
Saturday, April 1

Slight chance shower. Windy 21°C 39% 46% icon
SW 36km/h 16°C 73%

Chance shower. Windy 20°C 61% 55% icon
SW 33km/h 16°C 76%

Chance shower 19°C 58% 51% icon
SW 32km/h 16°C 78%

Slight chance shower 21°C 48% 43% icon
SW 31km/h 17°C 76%

Chance shower 24°C 51% 42% icon
SSW 33km/h 19°C 75%

Chance shower. Windy 25°C 58% 59% icon
SSW 36km/h 20°C 73%

Chance shower. Windy 24°C 60% 59% icon
SSW 36km/h 19°C 73%

Chance shower. Windy 23°C 60% 66% icon
SSW 38km/h 18°C 74%
Sunday, April 2

Chance shower. Windy 22°C 63% 61% icon
SSW 35km/h 17°C 74%

Chance shower. Windy 21°C 69% 66% icon
SSW 34km/h 16°C 73%

Chance shower. Windy 20°C 72% 69% icon
SSW 34km/h 16°C 74%

Shower. Windy 20°C 75% 72% icon
SSW 34km/h 15°C 74%

Shower 20°C 90% 75% icon
SSW 33km/h 16°C 77%

Shower. Windy 22°C 90% 72% icon
S 33km/h 18°C 75%
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Cyclone Debbie: Airlie Beach and Proserpine locals pull together despite lack of power, water

10:02 EDT

Many parts of the Whitsunday coast in north Queensland are still without power and running water, several days after Cyclone Debbie tore through the region.

Cyclone Debbie: Evacuations in Gold Coast, Beaudesert, Beenleigh amid record floods

09:59 EDT

Thousands of residents in low-lying areas of the northern Gold Coast, Beaudesert, Beenleigh have been asked to evacuate, after torrential rain from the remnants of Cyclone Debbie inundated their rivers.

NSW flooding: Lismore ordered to evacuate, Murwillumbah residents stuck on roofs

09:26 EDT

Murwillumbah area residents have sought refuge in the ceiling cavities and on the roofs of their houses, as emergency services are unable to dispatch boats due to safety risks.