Wednesday 19 September
A front is currently working it’s way over the Aussie Alps, turning rain showers into snow flurries as temps drop. A ridge will build over SE Australia during Thursday and Friday with plenty of sunshine, then it’ll weaken during Saturday as a cold front approaches from the SW, allowing westerlies to pick up.
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We’ll get some snow flurries today, then sunshine during the following few days. Source:: Metservice (vandilised by the Grasshopper)
Wednesday 19 September:
Rain showers turn into snow flurries this morning as chilly westerlies sweep over us, then it’s start clearing later this afternoon.
Thursday 20 September:
A sunny day with a little afternoon cloud. W-SW winds.
Friday 21 September:
Another cracking sunny day with W-SW breezes easing.
Saturday 22 September:
Sunny with westerly winds picking up.
The cold front will be super weak as it crosses us during Sunday, but freezing southerlies will push in a few snow flurries. High pressure will pass over us during Tuesday and next Wednesday, then warm northwesterlies will blow next Thursday before the next frontal system hits.
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