Intense heating in north east NSW and the northern inland have created ideal conditions for the development of thunderstorms with severe warnings in place across the region. A line of storms is heading for the Kempsey hinterland with ample lightning and some intense cores indicative of some hail and strong winds based on the structure of the line. The line originated from near Werris Creek late this afternoon.
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