Four seasons in a day! Australians flock to the beach while Sydney hits 25C … while the south is hit by hail

The people of Sydney enjoyed unusually high temperatures on Saturday when the city reached 25 ° C. The average temperature for August is 17.9C

Australia's temperate climate has continued and residents of Sydney have experienced unusually warm temperatures.

The weekend started with a sunny and incredibly warm 25 ° C in Sydney, seven degrees higher than the average August temperature.

The forecaster of the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) Philip Landvogt said that the average temperature in Sydney for August was 17.9ºC.

The people of Sydney enjoyed unusually high temperatures on Saturday when the city reached 25 ° C. The average temperature for August is 17.9C

The people of Sydney enjoyed unusually high temperatures on Saturday when the city reached 25 ° C. The average temperature for August is 17.9C

A weatherzone forecaster told Daily Mail Australia that the average temperatures above will continue during the next months and until October, for all of South East Australia

A weatherzone forecaster told Daily Mail Australia that the average temperatures above will continue during the next months and until October, for all of South East Australia

A weatherzone forecaster told Daily Mail Australia that the average temperatures above will continue during the next months and until October, for all of South East Australia

Despite Saturday's warm weather, the temperature will drop almost 10 degrees in Sydney on Sunday. BOM has said that the cold front could bring possible gusts of snow to the central plateaus

Despite Saturday's warm weather, the temperature will drop almost 10 degrees in Sydney on Sunday. BOM has said that the cold front could bring possible gusts of snow to the central plateaus

Despite Saturday's warm weather, the temperature will drop almost 10 degrees in Sydney on Sunday. BOM has said that the cold front could bring possible gusts of snow to the central plateaus

A weatherzone forecaster told Daily Mail Australia that previous average temperatures are likely to continue in the next few months and through October, for most of southeast Australia.

Sydney residents were encouraged to take full advantage of the warmer weather on Saturday before temperatures fell again on Sunday.

"A strong frontal system will have an impact in the southeast of the country before a cold front that will cross New South Wales on Sunday," said the forecaster.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said Sydney residents would awaken to cool temperatures on Sunday.

"A cold change that moves tonight means a cooler start tomorrow for City2Surf, waiting around 9C at the start of the race, with light winds that strengthen and serve SW & # 39; ly during the morning," said BOM on Twitter .

BOM also said that the cold front could bring possible gusts of snow to the central plateaus.

The temperature is expected to decrease by almost ten degrees with a maximum forecast of 18 ° C for Sydney on Sunday.

Sydney social media users were excited by the unusually warm conditions of Saturday (pictured)

Sydney social media users were excited by the unusually warm conditions of Saturday (pictured)

Sydney social media users were excited by the unusually warm conditions of Saturday (pictured)

There are strong wind warnings for Byron Coast, Coffs Coast, Macquarie Coast, Hunter Coast, Sydney Coast, Illawarra Coast and Batemans Coast.

The winds in Sydney will reach 35 km / h during the morning of Sunday when they turn towards the southwest.

Despite Saturday's sun on the east coast, Melbourne was hit by sporadic weather.

The residents of Melbourne shared their confusion on social networks as they were forced to endure volatile conditions.

Twitter users posted images of the hail that held their backyards while the sky seemed clear and sunny.

"Yesterday it was 19 degrees and it looked like spring, today it started sunny and not too cold, but then … & # 39; wrote a user.

"Melbourne's climate is a troll, blue skies to say hello in a second," tweeted another.

The residents of Melbourne tweeted about the weather and how the day started sunny and clear before they endured the hail (pictured)

The residents of Melbourne tweeted about the weather and how the day started sunny and clear before they endured the hail (pictured)

The residents of Melbourne tweeted about the weather and how the day started sunny and clear before they endured the hail (pictured)

The unfortunate weather in Melbourne is expected to continue on Sunday with a maximum temperature of 14 ° C, local early frosts and a 50 percent chance of rain.

It will be partly cloudy and the west winds will fluctuate between 25 and 35 km / h.

BOM has warned of strong winds in Victoria, on the east coast of Gippsland, the west coast, the central coast and the central coast of Gippsland.

A burst of 115 km / h was recorded at 10:43 pm Friday in Mt Buller, about 200 kilometers northeast of Melbourne.

In the Northern Territory, BOM has issued a fire warning for Darwin and Adelaide River, Northern Fire Protection Area and Daly South, as temperatures continue to rise.

THE NEXT THREE DAYS IN YOUR CITY

SYDNEY

SUNDAY: Min. 9. Max. 18. Mostly sunny.

MONDAY: Min. 8. Max. 21. Sunny.

TUESDAY: Min. 9. Max. 22. Sunny.

MELBOURNE

SUNDAY: Min. 5. Max. 14. Shower or two in development.

MONDAY: Min. 9. Max 15. Partly cloudy.

TUESDAY: Minimum 9. Max 17. Partly cloudy.

PERTH

SUNDAY: Min. 4. Max 21. Sunny.

MONDAY: Min. 6. Max. 22. Sunny.

TUESDAY: Min 11. Max. 17. Relaxed rain.

BRISBANE

SUNDAY: Min. 13. Max. 24. Sunny.

MONDAY: Min. 7. Max. 22. Sunny.

TUESDAY: Minimum 7. Max. 24. Sunny.

Source: BOM

CANBERRA

SUNDAY: Min -1. Max 12. Partly cloudy.

MONDAY: Min -1. Max 14. Partly cloudy.

TUESDAY: Min -1. Max 14. Partly cloudy.

ADELAIDE

SUNDAY: Min. 7. Max. 14. Rains.

MONDAY: Min. 9. Max 15. Partly cloudy.

TUESDAY: Min. 8. Max. 18. Sunny.

HOBART

SUNDAY: Min. 3. Max. 12. Shower or two in development.

MONDAY: Min. 6. Max. 15. Shower or two.

TUESDAY: Min. 10. Max. 17. Shower or two.

DARWIN

SUNDAY: Min. 19. Max. 32. Mostly sunny.

MONDAY: Min. 19. Max. 32. Sunny.

TUESDAY: Min. 18. Max. 32. Sunny.

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