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Images from the Perisher ski resort in New South Wales (photo) showed snowflakes a month after the end of the season on the grassy ski slopes

Snow in November! Perisher Blue is hit a few weeks before the start of summer with six centimeters of snowfall

  • Snow falls in the Perisher ski resort in New South Wales, which expects 4 centimeters
  • Snow is also expected in Tasmania during the weekend when temperatures take a dip
  • Meanwhile, Perth and parts of NSW will burn out to 38 ° C on Saturday
  • Uncontrolled forest fires can be expected in northern NSW and Queensland
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Snow falls in parts of Australia while other areas brace themselves for a heat wave.

Images from the Perisher ski resort in New South Wales showed snowflakes a month after the end of the season over the grassy ski slopes.

The base of the resort, which is 1,720 meters above sea level, sees about four centimeters of snow in the coming three days and six centimeters next weekend.

Images from the Perisher ski resort in New South Wales (photo) showed snowflakes a month after the end of the season on the grassy ski slopes

The resort base, which is 1720 meters above sea level, will see approximately four centimeters of snow in the next three days
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The resort base, which is 1720 meters above sea level, will see approximately four centimeters of snow in the next three days

Images from the Perisher ski resort in New South Wales (photo) showed snowflakes a month after the end of the season on the grassy ski slopes

The fire hazard level in NSW and Queensland is expected to rise this weekend. Pictured: partygoers on the beach in Sydney

The fire hazard level in NSW and Queensland is expected to rise this weekend. Pictured: partygoers on the beach in Sydney

The fire hazard level in NSW and Queensland is expected to rise this weekend. Pictured: partygoers on the beach in Sydney

Snow is also expected in Tasmania during the weekend, where temperatures drop to -3C in higher areas.

Meanwhile, the temperature on Saturday will rise to 38 ° C in Perth and parts of northern New South Wales.

The fire hazard level in NSW and Queensland is expected to rise this weekend, with a lack of humidity and strong winds that increase the risk of uncontrolled forest fires.

A cold front from the south brings freezing temperatures to Tasmania (dark blue) and pushes a hot, dry wind up north (seen in Queensland, where the yellow meets brown). Perth (seen in orange) will reach 37 degrees on Saturday
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A cold front from the south brings freezing temperatures to Tasmania (dark blue) and pushes a hot, dry wind up north (seen in Queensland, where the yellow meets brown). Perth (seen in orange) will reach 37 degrees on Saturday

A cold front from the south brings freezing temperatures to Tasmania (dark blue) and pushes a hot, dry wind up north (seen in Queensland, where the yellow meets brown). Perth (seen in orange) will reach 37 degrees on Saturday

Parts of Tasmania see snow and hit -3C in Mt Wellington. The snow itself is not uncommon in the spring, but falls in areas with a lower height than normal (stock photo by Hobart)

Parts of Tasmania see snow and hit -3C in Mt Wellington. The snow itself is not uncommon in the spring, but falls in areas with a lower height than normal (stock photo by Hobart)

Parts of Tasmania see snow and hit -3C in Mt Wellington. The snow itself is not uncommon in the spring, but falls in areas with a lower height than normal (stock photo by Hobart)

Mildura, in northwestern Victoria, has already experienced a haze of dry dust storms, Air weather presenter Tom Saunders said Thursday.

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& # 39; Winter weather in late spring often leads to extreme weather conditions & # 39 ;, he said news.com.au.

& # 39; The western winds associated with the cold front will drag hot dry air from the interior to the northern NSW coast and southern Queensland.

& # 39; Because the wind comes from the west, it will have low humidity and that will cause a real fire hazard. & # 39; Chances are that large forest fires will get out of hand, & # 39; he said.

Temperatures are falling on Saturday in Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra and Hobart.

In Melbourne, residents wake up on a frosty 8C morning on Saturday.

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These temperatures are up to 10 degrees below average for this time of year, with rain, strong wind, hail and snow expected.

The cold front in the south pushes hot, dry air to the north, causing Brisbane to heat at 37 ° C on Friday

The cold front in the south pushes hot, dry air to the north, causing Brisbane to heat at 37 ° C on Friday

The cold front in the south pushes hot, dry air to the north, causing Brisbane to heat at 37 ° C on Friday

Friday brings hail and thunder to Melbourne (stock photo of the city), and residents wake up to an icy 8C on Saturday

Friday brings hail and thunder to Melbourne (stock photo of the city), and residents wake up to an icy 8C on Saturday

Friday brings hail and thunder to Melbourne (stock photo of the city), and residents wake up to an icy 8C on Saturday

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In northern NSW, mercury will rise to a sweltering 38 degrees on Friday, while Brisbane is expected to hit a maximum of 37.

Perth will achieve the same on Saturday, before moving to a more comfortable 23 degrees on Sunday.

In Sydney, a cold front is due to drag temperatures of up to 21 ° C on Saturdays.

Sunday is normal again, with an expected maximum of 25 ° C.

AUSTRALIA WEEKEND WEATHER EXPECTATION

SYDNEY

Friday: Getting windy. Mostly sunny. Min 18 – Max 28

Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 12 – Max 20

Sunday: Sunny Min 13 – Max 25

MELBOURNE

Friday: Showers. Local hail and thunder. Min 11 – Max 14

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Saturday: Showers. Min 8 – Max 14

Sunday: Shower or two. Min 11 – Max 18

BRISBANE

Friday: Hot, sunny, windy. Min 18 – Max 37

Saturday: Sunny Min 22 – Max 31

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Sunday: Sunny Min 16 – Max 31

HOBART

Friday: Showers increase. Min 6 – Max 14

Saturday: Shower or two. Min 4 – Max 15

Sunday: Shower or two. Min 8 – Max 16

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PERTH

Friday: Sunny Min 15 – Max 35

Saturday: Very hot. Partly cloudy. Minus 23 – Max 38

Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 16 – Max 24

CANBERRA

Friday: Shower or two. Get windy. Min 10 – Max 18

Saturday: Partly cloudy. Min 2 – Max 17

Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 5 Max 19

ADELAIDE

Friday: Morning shower or two. Min 11 – Max 18

Saturday: Partly cloudy. Min 9 – Max 19

Sunday: Delete cloud. Min 11 – Max 21

DARWIN

Friday: Partly cloudy. Min 26 – Max 35

Saturday: Partly cloudy. Min 26 – Max 34

Sunday: Mostly sunny. Min 26 – Max 35

Source: Bureau of Meteorology

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