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After shivering in the cold last week, the Australians in Victoria and NSW are looking for some relief, with warm weather and 23C peaks predicted for some parts. Pictured: Melbourne
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After shivering from the cold of last week, Australians on the lower east coast are relieved for some relief, with warm weather and 23C peaks predicted for some regions.

But residents in NSW and Victoria should have the most pleasure from the pleasant weather, with rain expected at the weekend.

A spokesperson for Bureau of Meteorology told Daily Mail Australia that the mercury in NSW and Victoria is between four and six degrees above the June average.

& # 39; A cold front that travels through Western Australia and gradually floats to the east causes cold weather on the weekend & he said.

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& # 39; For that thought, we see warmer north winds moving across the system, making it warmer than the average temperatures in the east. & # 39;

After shivering in the cold last week, the Australians in Victoria and NSW are looking for some relief, with warm weather and 23C peaks predicted for some parts. Pictured: Melbourne

After shivering in the cold last week, the Australians in Victoria and NSW are looking for some relief, with warm weather and 23C peaks predicted for some parts. Pictured: Melbourne

The sun comes out on Saturday in Sydney, with peaks of 21C predicted, before cooling slightly to 18C on Sunday

The sun comes out on Saturday in Sydney, with peaks of 21C predicted, before cooling slightly to 18C on Sunday

The sun comes out on Saturday in Sydney, with peaks of 21C predicted, before cooling slightly to 18C on Sunday

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Bourke, in the central north of NSW, will reach 22C on Thursday and Friday, six degrees above the average in June.

Broken Hill residents are treated on Thursday and Friday for 21C, which is five degrees higher than the average this time of the year.

Cobar in the central west of the state has some frost reduction with 20C on Thursday and 21C on Friday – four degrees above average.

Tibooburra, on the Queensland and South Australian border of NSW, will experience the hottest temperatures of the state, with 23C forecast for Friday and Saturday

Tibooburra, on the Queensland and South Australian border of NSW, will experience the hottest temperatures of the state, with 23C forecast for Friday and Saturday

Tibooburra, on the Queensland and South Australian border of NSW, will experience the hottest temperatures of the state, with 23C forecast for Friday and Saturday

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Tibooburra, on the border of Queensland and South Australia, experiences the hottest temperatures of the state, with 23C forecast for Friday and Saturday.

The BOM spokesperson said that Victoria will not be as warm as NSW, but will still experience temperatures around four degrees above average.

Horsham in the central west of the state can expect temperatures of 17C on Thursday and 18C on Friday.

Mildura, on the NSW and the Victorian border, will rise to 21C on Friday, while Melbourne only reaches 18C, with lows between 11 and 13C.

A spokesperson for Bureau of Meteorology told Daily Mail Australia that the mercury in NSW and Victoria will be between four and six degrees above the June average

A spokesperson for Bureau of Meteorology told Daily Mail Australia that the mercury in NSW and Victoria will be between four and six degrees above the June average

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A spokesperson for Bureau of Meteorology told Daily Mail Australia that the mercury in NSW and Victoria will be between four and six degrees above the June average

Further south, Hobart residents will experience slightly warmer weather on Friday with a 17C summit – before falling back to 10C for a wintry Saturday morning.

But Aussies on the east coast must enjoy the sun while it lasts, with wet weather on the way to the weekend.

Launceston sees no less than 40 mm of rain and 65 mm in Burnie continues until Monday – with similar conditions affecting Victoria and South Australia.

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Local residents of Melbourne should not pack their umbrellas for good, with up to 15 mm expected to fall on Saturday, and 25 mm in Bendigo and 40 mm in Falls Creek.

Local residents of Melbourne should not pack their umbrellas properly, with up to 15 mm expected to fall on Saturday, and 25 mm in Bendigo and 40 mm in Falls Creek

Local residents of Melbourne should not pack their umbrellas properly, with up to 15 mm expected to fall on Saturday, and 25 mm in Bendigo and 40 mm in Falls Creek

Local residents of Melbourne should not pack their umbrellas properly, with up to 15 mm expected to fall on Saturday, and 25 mm in Bendigo and 40 mm in Falls Creek

Launceston sees no less than 40 mm of rain and 65 mm in Burnie continues until Monday - with similar conditions in Victoria and South Australia

Launceston sees no less than 40 mm of rain and 65 mm in Burnie continues until Monday - with similar conditions in Victoria and South Australia

Launceston sees no less than 40 mm of rain and 65 mm in Burnie continues until Monday – with similar conditions in Victoria and South Australia

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But due to the warm weather at the end of the week, not much of the rain in these areas will turn into snow.

Adelaide also faces a wet start to the weekend, with an expectation of up to 10 mm of rain.

Locals in the country's capital will shiver through lows of just 1-2C, with possible showers.

Sydneysiders will not be as lucky as the rest of the state, with a shower or two predictions for Thursday before they prepare for Friday.

The sun will come out on Saturday, with peaks of 21C predicted for Sydney, before it cools down slightly to 18C on Sunday.

WEATHER FORECAST IN YOUR CITY

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Sydney

Thursday: Low 12, High 20

Friday: Low 11, High 20

Saturday: Low 10, High 21

Sunday: low, 11, high 18

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Melbourne

Thursday: Low 7, High 18

Friday: Low 11, High 18

Saturday: Low 13, High 16

Sunday: Low 8, High 14

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Brisbane

Thursday: Low 13, High 22

Friday: Low 13, High 23

Saturday: Low 13, High 16

Sunday: Low 8, High 14

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Darwin

Thursday: Low 14, High 29

Friday: Low 16, High 30

Saturday: Low 18, High 31

Sunday: Low 20, High 32

Hobart

Thursday: Layer 4, High 15

Friday: Low 9, High 16

Saturday: Low 10, High 17

Sunday: Low 7, High 12

Perth

Thursday: Low 13, High 17

Friday: Low 7, High 16

Saturday: Low 6, High 17

Sunday: Low 9, High 19

Adelaide

Thursday: Low 11, High 21

Friday: Low 13, High 20

Saturday: Low 10, High 14

Sunday: Low 8, High 15

Canberra

Thursday: Low 0, High 15

Friday: Layer 2, High 16

Saturday: Layer 2, High 16

Sunday: Layer 2, High 10

Source: Bureau of Meteorology Australia

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