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NYE weather Australia: rain for Qld, severe heat wave for Vic, Tasmania and heat relief for WA

Aussies brace for two MONTHS of rain in just eight days with wild weather set to hit in early 2022 – here’s your summer weather forecast

  • Queensland starts 2022 wet with two months of rain in days
  • Parts of South East Australia are expected to be hit by a heat wave by the New Year
  • Thrilling conditions to hit Victoria, NSW and Tasmania by New Year’s Eve
  • Brisbane is the only city with rain forecast for New Year’s Eve celebrations



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The new year will bring a mishmash of weather forecasts for Australia, from a tropical cyclone warning in the north to a deluge in the tropics and a heat wave in the southeast.

Queensland residents can expect a wet start in 2022 with two months of rain in the far northern regions over eight days.

The northern tropical coast and Tablelands and parts of the Herbert and Lower Burdekin received up to 300mm of rainfall.

Queensland residents can expect a wet start through 2022, while a heat wave is expected to bring blistering conditions to southeastern Australia (pictured, residents soak up the sun at South Melbourne Beach)

Queensland residents can expect a wet start through 2022, while a heat wave is expected to bring blistering conditions to southeastern Australia (pictured, residents soak up the sun at South Melbourne Beach)

The tropical low that brings the wet weather to Queensland is expected to “go out to sea and stay in the sea,” said Sky News Weather meteorologist Rob Sharpe.

While light to moderate flooding can be expected in tropical areas, 50mm of rain could hit the center of the north coast on Friday, with showers moving south from Saturday.

“Those falls are quite questionable, it could be lighter than that if the system is further from the shoreline,” Mr Sharpe said.

Brisbane revelers can expect rain for New Year's Eve with the heaviest rainfall expected on New Year's Eve (pictured, revelers braving the rain for New Year's Eve)

Brisbane revelers can expect rain for New Year's Eve with the heaviest rainfall expected on New Year's Eve (pictured, revelers braving the rain for New Year's Eve)

Brisbane revelers can expect rain for New Year’s Eve with the heaviest rainfall expected on New Year’s Eve (pictured, revelers braving the rain for New Year’s Eve)

A southerly direction will bring cooler temperatures and possible showers further along the coast from Friday to Sunday.

In Brisbane, revelers will enjoy highs of 27°C on New Years Eve and 26°C on New Years Day with minimums of 20°C.

Showers are forecast for the afternoon, however, with the heaviest rainfall expected on Saturday.

Further south, a heat wave is expected to bring blistering conditions to parts of Victoria, NSW and even Tasmania by New Year’s Eve.

“We have a heat wave there developing from about Thursday to Sunday,” explained Mr Sharpe.

“We’re going to have a severe heat wave, especially for northern Victoria, as far as the Murray and the very south of NSW and a little bit of Tasmania.”

A heat wave by New Years Eve is expected to bring sweltering conditions to parts of Victoria, NSW and even Tasmania (pictured, Sydneysiders head to the beach to enjoy warm weather over the Christmas period)

A heat wave by New Years Eve is expected to bring sweltering conditions to parts of Victoria, NSW and even Tasmania (pictured, Sydneysiders head to the beach to enjoy warm weather over the Christmas period)

A heat wave by New Years Eve is expected to bring sweltering conditions to parts of Victoria, NSW and even Tasmania (pictured, Sydneysiders head to the beach to enjoy warm weather over the Christmas period)

Melburnians can expect less extreme heat as the capital hits a potential high of 34C on New Years Eve and 36C on New Years Day with lows of 18C and 19C.

New Years Eve is expected to be the sunniest day for Sydneysiders this week with highs of 29C for Friday and Saturday in the CBD with moderate lows of 18C and 20C.

Western Sydney will be able to handle slightly warmer temperatures with a high of 33C on Friday in Penrith, falling to 31C on New Years Day.

Adelaide revelers will enjoy a week of sun-filled weather with mercury sizzling at 36°C on Friday and 37°C on Saturday.

The new year will bring a mishmash of weather forecasts for Australia, from a tropical cyclone warning in the north to a deluge in the tropics and a heat wave in the southeast.

The new year will bring a mishmash of weather forecasts for Australia, from a tropical cyclone warning in the north to a deluge in the tropics and a heat wave in the southeast.

The new year will bring a mishmash of weather forecasts for Australia, from a tropical cyclone warning in the north to a deluge in the tropics and a heat wave in the southeast.

The afternoon wind can provide some relief with gusts of 25 km/h and a minimum of 18C.

Having endured the hottest Christmas in 53 years at 42.9°C, New Years Eve and New Years Day may offer some respite for Perth residents.

The mercury is expected to drop to 32°C on Friday and 33°C on Saturday with lows of 19°C and 20°C, respectively.

In Darwin, New Year’s Eve is expected to be mostly sunny, despite initial fears of a developing tropical cyclone.

The mercury will be 34 degrees on Friday and 27 degrees in the evening. However, a thunderstorm could develop on New Year’s Day, with mercury between 26C and 33C.

FIVE DAY WEATHER FORECAST

CANBERRAE.

Wednesday: Sunny. Min 7 – Max 25.

Thursday: Sunny. Min 9 – Max 28.

Friday: sunny. Min 12 – Max 31.

Saturday: sunny. Min 13 – Max 32.

Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 15 – Max 32.

SYDNEY

Wednesday: Partly cloudy. Min 17- Max 25.

Thursday: Mostly sunny. Min 17- Max 27

Friday: sunny. Min 18 – Max 29

Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 20 – Max 29

Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 21 – Max 30.

DARWIN

Wednesday: Possible shower or two. Min 26 – Max 34.

Thursday: Partly cloudy. Min 26 – Max 34.

Friday: Partly cloudy. Min 27 – Max 34.

Saturday: Possible thunderstorm. Min 26 – Max 33.

Sunday: Possible shower or storm. Min 26 – Max 34.

BRISBANE

Wednesday: Cloudy. Min 19 – Max 27

Thursday: Partly cloudy. Min 19 – Max 27

Friday: Shower or two. Min 20 – Max 27.

Saturday: showers. Min 20 – Max 26.

Sunday: Shower or two. Min 20 – Max 29.

MELBOURNE

Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Min 13 – Max 24.

Thursday: Mostly sunny. Min 13 – Max 32.

Friday: sunny. Min 18 – Max 34. S

Saturday: sunny. Min 19 – Max 36.

Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 17 – Max 25.

ADELAIDE

Wednesday: Sunny. Min 17 – Max 33.

Thursday: Sunny. Min 18 – Max 35.

Friday: sunny. Min 21 – Max 36.

Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 21 – Max 37.

Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 19 – Max 32.

PERTH

Wednesday: Very warm and sunny. Min 24 – Max 28.

Thursday: Mostly sunny. Min 19 – Max 32.

Friday: Mostly sunny. Min 20 – Max 33.

Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 19 – Max 33.

Sunday: sunny. Min 18 – Max 35.

HOBART

Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Min 11 – Max 23.

Thursday: Partly cloudy. Min 12 – Max 25.

Friday: Partly cloudy. Min 14 – Max 25.

Saturday: sunny. Min 13 – Max 29.

Sunday: Possible shower. Min 14 – Max 23.

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