Four seasons on the weekend: Australia swells before the polar explosion is expected to hit the east coast

Temperatures in Sydney will reach a glorious and sunny 31 ° C on Saturday before dropping to just 17 ° C on Sunday

The people of Sydney will enjoy each of the four seasons this weekend as temperatures rise to 31 degrees Celsius on Saturday before a polar explosion causes wild winds, thunderstorms and even snow.

On Saturday morning crowds flocked to Bondi Beach to soak in the sunny weather before a change in extreme cold caused temperatures to drop to 17ºC on Sunday.

Weather Meteorologist Joel Pippard told Daily Mail Australia that a change in the North West was drawing heat from the Kimberly region, bringing very high temperatures to the East Coast.

Temperatures in Sydney will reach a glorious and sunny 31 ° C on Saturday before dropping to just 17 ° C on Sunday

Temperatures in Sydney will reach a glorious and sunny 31 ° C on Saturday before dropping to just 17 ° C on Sunday

Weather Meteorologist Joel Pippard said a change in the North West was drawing heat from the Kimberly region, bringing very high temperatures to the East Coast

Weather Meteorologist Joel Pippard said a change in the North West was drawing heat from the Kimberly region, bringing very high temperatures to the East Coast

Weather Meteorologist Joel Pippard said a change in the North West was drawing heat from the Kimberly region, bringing very high temperatures to the East Coast

The people of Sydney packed the Bondi beach on Saturday afternoon to enjoy the warm weather

Saturday's temperature is somewhat irregular since a September 30th day occurs every three or four years in Sydney.

Saturday's temperature is somewhat irregular since a September 30th day occurs every three or four years in Sydney.

Saturday's temperature is somewhat irregular since a September 30th day occurs every three or four years in Sydney.

The coastal city registered a day 33.8C in September of last year

The coastal city registered a day 33.8C in September of last year

The coastal city registered a day 33.8C in September of last year

Saturday's temperature is somewhat uneven since a September 30th day occurs every three or four years in Sydney, Pippard said.

The coastal city registered a day 33.8C in September of last year.

"What is outside the norm is the danger of fire," said Mr. Pippard.

There is a severe fire warning in New South Wales due to the mix of gusty and unrelenting dry conditions.

There is a severe fire warning in New South Wales due to the mix of gusty and unrelenting dry conditions.

There is a severe fire warning in New South Wales due to the mix of gusty and unrelenting dry conditions.

There is a severe fire warning in New South Wales due to the mix of gusty and unrelenting dry conditions.

A fire ban affects eight areas for the Northwest, Great Hunter, Greater Sydney, Illawarra / Shoalhaven, Northern Slopes, Central Cordilleras, Southern Cordilleras and Far Southern

A fire ban affects eight areas for the Northwest, Great Hunter, Greater Sydney, Illawarra / Shoalhaven, Northern Slopes, Central Cordilleras, Southern Cordilleras and Far Southern

A fire ban affects eight areas for the Northwest, Great Hunter, Greater Sydney, Illawarra / Shoalhaven, Northern Slopes, Central Cordilleras, Southern Cordilleras and Far Southern

A fire ban is affecting eight areas for the Northwest, Great Hunter, Greater Sydney, Illawarra / Shoalhaven, Northern Slopes, Central Cordilleras, Southern Cordilleras, and Southern Farmer regions.

While the people of Sydney can go to the beach and enjoy the summer weather on Saturday, the temperature will drop significantly on Sunday.

"We expect a shift to the southwest at seven or eight tonight," said Pippard.

While the people of Sydney can go to the beach and enjoy the summer weather on Saturday, the temperature will drop significantly on Sunday.

While the people of Sydney can go to the beach and enjoy the summer weather on Saturday, the temperature will drop significantly on Sunday.

While the people of Sydney can go to the beach and enjoy the summer weather on Saturday, the temperature will drop significantly on Sunday.

"We expect a shift to the southwest at seven or eight tonight," said Pippard.

The Bureau of Meteorology said that "a strong cold front is ready to attack NSW and ACT tomorrow, bringing damaging wings and a dramatic change from warm to cold."

"It is expected that strong and gusty winds will lead to a high fire hazard for parts of the state."

BOM forecaster Jordan Notara told Daily Mail Australia that "the cold front that is driving the weather over the weekend will experience a rapid change from extremely hot temperatures to cold temperatures on Sunday."

  The Bureau of Meteorology said that "a strong cold front is ready to attack NSW and ACT tomorrow, bringing damaging wings and a dramatic change from warm to cold."

  The Bureau of Meteorology said that "a strong cold front is ready to attack NSW and ACT tomorrow, bringing damaging wings and a dramatic change from warm to cold."

The Bureau of Meteorology said that "a strong cold front is ready to attack NSW and ACT tomorrow, bringing damaging wings and a dramatic change from warm to cold."

BOM warns that the strongest winds are expected in parts of southeastern New South Wales.

There is a possibility of severe thunderstorms and lightning in parts of northern New South Wales, after the potentially damaging wind, ABC reported.

The southern mountain ranges are expected to see hail and snow more than 700 meters on Sunday.

  BOM warns that the strongest winds are expected in parts of southeastern New South Wales

  BOM warns that the strongest winds are expected in parts of southeastern New South Wales

BOM warns that the strongest winds are expected in parts of southeastern New South Wales

In Melbourne, residents experience an irregularly cold day after a warm night.

Pippard said temperatures were recorded at 16 ° C before 8 o'clock in the morning, and then dropped rapidly to 10 ° C.

"Some places dropped four degrees in ten minutes," he said.

For the rest of Australia, Brisbane is expected to reach a maximum of 29 ° C this weekend, before falling to 24 ° C on Monday.

The warmest day of Hobart this weekend will be Saturday with 13C, although temperatures could drop to 4C on Sunday. Darwin will remain wet in the mid-30s, while Adelaide will reach a maximum of 20 degrees C on Monday.

In the west, Perth will be much cooler with temperatures that remain below 20ºC throughout the weekend.

While the people of Sydney can go to the beach and enjoy the summer weather on Saturday, the temperature will drop significantly on Sunday.

While the people of Sydney can go to the beach and enjoy the summer weather on Saturday, the temperature will drop significantly on Sunday.

While the people of Sydney can go to the beach and enjoy the summer weather on Saturday, the temperature will drop significantly on Sunday.

PROGNOSIS FOR THE WEEK AHEAD

SYDNEY

SATURDAY: Min. 13, Max. 31

SUNDAY: Min. 9, Max. 17

MONDAY: Min 8, Max 21

CANBERRA

SATURDAY: Min 6, Max 21

SUNDAY: Min -1, Max 14

MONDAY: Min -2, Max 15

PERTH

SATURDAY: Min 5, Max 19

SUNDAY: Min 6, Max 19

MONDAY: Min 6, Max 18

BRISBANE

SATURDAY: Min 14, Max 29

SUNDAY: Min. 16, Max. 27

MONDAY: Min. 11, Max. 24

MELBOURNE

SATURDAY: Min 10, Max 16

SUNDAY: Min 5, Max 14

MONDAY: Min 7, Max 17

ADELAIDE

SATURDAY: Min. 9, Max. 14

SUNDAY: Min 7, Max 16

MONDAY: Min 7, Max 20

HOBART

SATURDAY: Min 9, Max 13

SUNDAY: Min 4, Max 13

MONDAY: Min 7, Max 16

reARWIN

SATURDAY: Min 22, Max 34

SUNDAY: Min 23, Max 34

MONDAY: Min. 22, Max. 35

Source: Office of Meteorology

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