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Next 48 hours in Eversley

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Tuesday, July 25
12pm

Mostly clear 9°C 26% 11% icon
NNW 19km/h 6°C 79%
3pm

Chance shower 11°C 51% 28% icon
NW 21km/h 8°C 81%
6pm

Shower. Chance storm 8°C 57% 59% icon
NW 23km/h 8°C 94%
9pm

Slight chance shower 8°C 38% 62% icon
NW 26km/h 8°C 98%
Wednesday, July 26
12am

Mostly cloudy 7°C 13% 52% icon
NW 27km/h 6°C 96%
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Mostly cloudy 6°C 8% 60% icon
WNW 26km/h 6°C 95%
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Mostly cloudy 5°C 5% 69% icon
WNW 25km/h 4°C 93%
9am

Mostly cloudy 5°C 18% 53% icon
W 27km/h 4°C 90%
12pm

Mostly cloudy 7°C 13% 65% icon
WSW 23km/h 5°C 82%
3pm

Mostly cloudy 8°C 6% 67% icon
WSW 18km/h 5°C 81%
6pm

Mostly cloudy 5°C 16% 62% icon
SW 14km/h 4°C 92%
9pm

Mostly cloudy 4°C 5% 54% icon
SW 11km/h 3°C 96%
Thursday, July 27
12am

Mostly cloudy 2°C 5% 55% icon
NE 11km/h 2°C 97%
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Mostly cloudy 2°C 9% 68% icon
NE 12km/h 2°C 97%
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Mostly cloudy 2°C 5% 75% icon
NNE 15km/h 2°C 97%
9am

Mostly cloudy 4°C 5% 87% icon
NNE 20km/h 3°C 92%
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Murray-Darling Basin Plan: Irrigation lobbyists offered access to confidential government documents

07:05 EST

The top water bureaucrat in NSW, Gavin Hanlon, has been secretly recorded offering to confidentially share internal government information with irrigation lobbyists — documents he proposed to strip of government logos and share via a special Dropbox account — to assist their lobbying against the contentious Murray-Darling Basin Plan.

Murray-Darling Basin Plan: Taxpayer-purchased water intended for rivers harvested by irrigators

07:04 EST

Billions of litres of water purchased by taxpayers to save Australia's inland rivers are instead being harvested by some irrigators to boost cotton-growing operations, in a policy failure that threatens to undermine the $13 billion Murray-Darling Basin Plan.

Western Queensland drought leaves graziers facing more impossible choices

18:11 EST

For the first time in four years western Queensland sheep grazier Peter Clark has lambs in his flock, but as drought maintains its stranglehold on the region he may still be forced into another heart-wrenching stock reduction.