During the weekend, heavy weather will travel through southeastern Australia, with snowstorms, low temperatures and wild winds

During the weekend, heavy weather will travel through southeastern Australia, with snowstorms, low temperatures and wild winds.

A severe weather warning has been issued for Southeast New South Wales and Victoria and it is expected that this will cause chaos on the roads.

Intense winds are set to sweep across the southern states, with Endeavor Energy rushing to restore almost 4,000 properties that have been left without power.

The Bureau of Meteorology issued weather forecasts for both states on Friday.

During the weekend, heavy weather will travel through southeastern Australia, with snowstorms, low temperatures and wild winds

During the weekend, heavy weather will travel through southeastern Australia, with snowstorms, low temperatures and wild winds

A severe weather warning has been issued for Southeast New South Wales and Victoria and it is expected that this will cause chaos on the roads

A severe weather warning has been issued for Southeast New South Wales and Victoria and it is expected that this will cause chaos on the roads

A severe weather warning has been issued for Southeast New South Wales and Victoria and it is expected that this will cause chaos on the roads

Areas affected by harmful winds in New South Wales include the Sydney, Illawarra, Southern Tablelands, Snowy Mountains, Australian Capital Territory and parts of South Coast, Central Tablelands and Southwest Pistes Forecast Districts.

& # 39; An approaching cold front generates a strong northwest to southwest wind, & # 39; says the BOM website.

& # 39; This front is predicted to pass through the city later tonight and Saturday. & # 39;

& # 39; The wind is expected to decrease later on Saturday after the passage from the front. & # 39;

Damaged winds reaching up to 90 km per hour will hit all areas during Friday and Saturday, but are expected to decrease on Saturday afternoon.

Those on the Sydney coast will have a hard time with the cold snap along the, with strong winds coming up on Friday night.

The temperatures in the city are only expected to get 13C & colder on Friday, down from 19C on Friday.

The cold front is expected to be the worst on Saturday morning with a low of 9C predicted in the city, and 7C in the west.

Intense winds are set to sweep across the southern states, with Endeavor Energy rushing to restore almost 4,000 properties that have been left without power

Intense winds are set to sweep across the southern states, with Endeavor Energy rushing to restore almost 4,000 properties that have been left without power

Intense winds are set to sweep across the southern states, with Endeavor Energy rushing to restore almost 4,000 properties that have been left without power

The Bureau of Meteorology issued severe weather warnings for both states on Friday

The Bureau of Meteorology issued severe weather warnings for both states on Friday

The Bureau of Meteorology issued severe weather warnings for both states on Friday

Blizzards are expected to hit alpine areas above 1,600 meters, but will decrease the entire Saturday.

Wormongong, Nowra, Bowral, Batemans Bay, Moruya Heads, Katoomba, Goulburn, Cooma, Bombala, Thredbo and Perisher locations are affected by snowstorms.

State Emergency Services (SES) advises people to move vehicles under cover or away from trees and to attach loose objects around the house.

& # 39; The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service recommends postponing travel inland until conditions improve & # 39 ;, BOM warned.

The cold front comes after the brutal wind caused a tree to fall in the Blue Mountains suburb of Katoomba on Thursday evening.

Damaged winds that hit up to 90 km per hour will hit all areas during Friday and Saturday, but are expected to decrease on Saturday afternoon

Damaged winds that hit up to 90 km per hour will hit all areas during Friday and Saturday, but are expected to decrease on Saturday afternoon

Damaged winds that hit up to 90 km per hour will hit all areas during Friday and Saturday, but are expected to decrease on Saturday afternoon

Mother-of-four Dearne Fulcher, 50, was driven by her son Dylan when the tree hit their Volvo, on Victoria Street around 7 p.m.

Mrs. Fulcher was killed while Dylan, 20, suffered horrific injuries and was flown to Westmead Hospital in western Sydney.

Another three people are dead and two were rescued when a yacht sank from Newcastle for Thursday.

A catamaran with five on board capsized in rough seas 13 km from Stockton Beach at around 10 a.m.

Marine rescue volunteers and a Westpac helicopter flew to an emergency signal and found a 40-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl clinging to the sinking boat.

Paramedics brought them to safety when rescuers found three adults dead in the water in the chaotic and & # 39; very confronting & # 39; scene.

The man and the girl were taken to John Hunter Hospital where they are treated for hypothermia.

The cold front comes after the brutal wind caused a tree to fall in the Blue Mountains suburb of Katoomba on Thursday evening

The cold front comes after the brutal wind caused a tree to fall in the Blue Mountains suburb of Katoomba on Thursday evening

The cold front comes after the brutal wind caused a tree to fall in the Blue Mountains suburb of Katoomba on Thursday evening

Mother-of-four Dearne Fulcher, 50, was driven by her son Dylan when the tree hit their Volvo, on Victoria Street around 7 p.m. Mrs. Fulcher was killed and Dylan was rushed to the hospital

Mother-of-four Dearne Fulcher, 50, was driven by her son Dylan when the tree hit their Volvo, on Victoria Street around 7 p.m. Mrs. Fulcher was killed and Dylan was rushed to the hospital

Mother-of-four Dearne Fulcher, 50, was driven by her son Dylan when the tree hit their Volvo, on Victoria Street around 7 p.m. Mrs. Fulcher was killed and Dylan was rushed to the hospital

A severe weather warning also applies to damaging winds in Victoria that affect people in South West and parts of Central, East Gippsland, North East and West and South Gippsland Forecast Districts.

Western winds will pass through the state on Friday while a cold front is still going through.

Another cold front is on Saturday morning in the south of Victoria, which causes strong winds with peak gusts of 90 km per hour.

Damaging winds of up to 90 km per hour are also expected to extend into the interior of the state during Friday afternoon, creating a downpour of rain and thunderstorms.

Blizzard conditions are also likely to be expected in alpine areas with heavy snow on Friday evenings.

Residents are warned that according to the BOM, harmful wind is expected to remain during the weekend, especially in coastal and alpine areas.

Locations affected are Hamilton, Warrnambool, Portland, Wonthaggi, Falls Creek and Omeo.

SES also advises people to move their cars under cover or away from trees and to stay away from fallen power lines.

Another cold front is on Saturday morning in the south of Victoria, which causes strong winds with peak gusts of 90 km per hour

Another cold front is on Saturday morning in the south of Victoria, which causes strong winds with peak gusts of 90 km per hour

Another cold front is on Saturday morning in the south of Victoria, which causes strong winds with peak gusts of 90 km per hour

Blizzard conditions are also likely to be expected in alpine areas with heavy snow on Friday evenings

Blizzard conditions are also likely to be expected in alpine areas with heavy snow on Friday evenings

Blizzard conditions are also likely to be expected in alpine areas with heavy snow on Friday evenings

& # 39; Australia can expect several cold fronts starting tomorrow, starting with South Australia, which will be most affected & # 39 ;, Weatherzone meteorologist Kim Westcott told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday.

& # 39; Cold fronts also hit the other southern states on Friday and Sunday, with chances for snow in the resorts. & # 39;

Canberra had a maximum temperature of 12C on Friday, falling to a low of -1 on Saturday and -3 on Sunday on Sunday.

Hobart was on average 7C on Friday and experienced a maximum of 10C for the entire weekend and according to Nat Westcott & # 39; natst & # 39; of all states.

Melbourne, which seems to shiver at a height of 16C, will also experience showers, but will not be as brutal as Hobart.

Meanwhile, Brisbane and Perth will experience a comfortable winter in comparison, with the sun expected to bring 20 temperatures in the early 20s.

FIVE DAYS FORECAST IN YOUR CITY:

Sydney

Saturday: Low 9, High 16

Sunday: Low 6, High 17

Monday: Low 8, High 18

Tuesday: Low 9, High 20

Wednesday: Low 7, High 18

Melbourne

Saturday: Low 7, High 13

Sunday: Low 7, High 15

Monday: Low 9, High 15

Tuesday: Low 10, High 15

Wednesday: Loq 8, High 15

Brisbane

Saturday: Low 12, High 23

Sunday: Low 8, High 20

Monday: Low 8, High 21

Tuesday: Low 8, High 22

Wednesday: Low 9, High 24

Darwin

Saturday: Low 20, High 31

Sunday: Low 18, High 31

Monday: Low 18, High 31

Tuesday: Low 19, High 31

Wednesday: Low 19, High 32

Hobart

Saturday: Low 4, High 10

Sunday: Layer 5, High 12

Monday: Low 5, High 12

Tuesday: Low 8, High 13

Wednesday: Low 7, High 12

Perth

Saturday: Low 7, High 20

Sunday: Low 7, High 21

Monday: Low 7, High 21

Tuesday: Low 7, High 21

Wednesday: Low 7, High 22

Adelaide

Saturday: Low 8, High 14

Sunday: Low 8, High 15

Monday: Low 10, High 15

Tuesday: Low 9, High 15

Wednesday: Low 9, High 15

Canberra

Saturday: Low -2, High 9

Sunday: Low -4, High 10

Monday: Low 0, High 12

Tuesday: Low -1, High 15

Wednesday: Low -3, High 12

Source: Bureau of Meteorology

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