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Those who enjoy the abnormally warm winter conditions are warned that the sunny and balmy days will not last

The temperature drops after the cold of last week, but the weather is about to take an ice-cold turn for large parts of Australia.

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The maximum temperature in Melbourne can drop by 8 ° C in only 24 hours on Sunday if a weekend of wild weather hits parts of the country.

Those who enjoy the abnormally warm winter conditions are warned that the sunny and balmy days will not last.

A new round of cold fronts will sweep the country over the weekend and bring rain and storms to Western Australia, South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria.

Western Australia will be the first to be hit because two cold fronts will cross the southwest of the country in the next three days.

Those who enjoy the abnormally warm winter conditions are warned that the sunny and balmy days will not last

Those who enjoy the abnormally warm winter conditions are warned that the sunny and balmy days will not last

The temperature drops after the cold of last week, but it is about to take an ice-cold turn because more winters are coming for parts of Australia
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The temperature drops after the cold of last week, but it is about to take an ice-cold turn because more winters are coming for parts of Australia

The temperature drops after the cold of last week, but it is about to take an ice-cold turn because more winters are coming for parts of Australia

Weatherzone & # 39; s Ben Domensino warned that the weather systems will bring showers, thunderstorms, stormy winds and small hail.

& # 39; The first front will interact with a cloud band on Wednesday to cause showers and storms across much of the state, & # 39; he said.

Parts of Perth had already received 20-30 mm of rain this Wednesday – the heaviest rain that some suburbs had seen in more than a month.

A high pressure ridge pushes the weather farther east, leaving Thursday and Friday open for drier conditions.

However, there is another cold front that strikes the southwestern districts of Western Australia on Friday and Saturday and brings wind, rain and storms.

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Domensino said that harmful winds and local heavy rainfall can affect parts of the state.

Perth will see a maximum of only 19 ° C on Friday as the front comes in, with a low of only 5 ° C, while Saturday will have a top of 19 ° C and a low of 3 ° C.

Another two cold fronts will travel the South Australian Bight on Thursday and Friday and bring rain to South Australia.

Strong winds are predicted to blow through South Australia early in the morning before entering Victoria and NSW.

A polar blast last week has left a trail of snow in Australia, and there is more frosty weather this week

A polar blast last week has left a trail of snow in Australia, and there is more frosty weather this week

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A polar blast last week has left a trail of snow in Australia, and there is more frosty weather this week

The maximum temperature in Melbourne can drop by 8 ° C in just 24 hours if a weekend of wild weather hits parts of the country

The maximum temperature in Melbourne can drop by 8 ° C in just 24 hours if a weekend of wild weather hits parts of the country

The maximum temperature in Melbourne can drop by 8 ° C in just 24 hours if a weekend of wild weather hits parts of the country

According to Sky News Senior meteorologist Tom Saunders, a & # 39; wild weekend front in the southeast can potentially cause storms & # 39 ;.

Showers are set in Melbourne from Thursday to Sunday, with winds between 20 and 30 km / h will remain the main part of the weekend.

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However, the rain stops on Saturday but the sky remains cloudy.

An icy chill is set to sweep through Melbourne and stay from Friday to next week, with temperatures reaching a low of 7 ° C and high of 18 ° C on Saturday and a low of 13 ° C and high of 20 ° on Sunday. C.

It is all ready to change on Monday, as the high temperature is expected to reach only 12 ° C, with showers predicted.

Showers are set in Melbourne, with winds between 20 and 30 km / h will remain the main part of the weekend

Showers are set in Melbourne, with winds between 20 and 30 km / h will remain the main part of the weekend

Showers are set in Melbourne, with winds between 20 and 30 km / h will remain the main part of the weekend

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After a series of cold fronts that saw snow, rain and harmful wind to NSW last week, the state experienced unusually mild weather.

Temperatures will rise in the coming days as warmer northern winds develop across the state.

& # 39; The mercury is expected to reach mid-twenty to twenty in parts of the western state of the weekend, possibly near 30 degrees in the northwest, & # 39; said Domensino.

Despite the winter delay, a fresh stream of colder air will sweep over NSW on Sundays and Mondays, and will be cold enough to bring snow to some areas.

Sydney will see the maximum temperatures floating in the low 20s for the weekend, with absolutely no rain forecast.

An icy chill is set to sweep through Melbourne and stay in place from Friday to next week

An icy chill is set to sweep through Melbourne and stay in place from Friday to next week

An icy chill is set to sweep through Melbourne and stay in place from Friday to next week

Those in Canberra will feel the cold this week, with temperatures of 0 ° C and lower than 0 ° C predicted for the rest of the week.

Hobart will see a lot of rain in the coming days, with wet weather expected until at least Wednesday, and low forecasts between just 2 ° C and 7 ° C.

Brisbane remains predominantly sunny for the coming period, with predicted temperatures reaching a warm 29C on Sunday.

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Meanwhile, temperatures remain low throughout the week in Darwin with predicted light winds.

FIVE DAY WEATHER FORECAST

SYDNEY

Thursday: Min 6, Max 22, Sunny

Friday: Min 8, Max 24, Sunny

Saturday: Min 12, Max 21, Cloudy

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Sunday: Min 11, Max 24, Sunny

Monday: Min 13, Max 20, Sunny

MELBOURNE

Thursday: Min 7, Max 16, Cloudy

Friday: Min 11, Max 15, showers

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Saturday: Min 7, Max 18, Cloudy

Sunday: Min 13, Max 18, showers

Monday: Min 7, Max 12, showers

ADELAIDE

Thursday: Min 10, Max 19, Cloudy

Friday: Min 11, Max 16, showers

Saturday: Min 10, Max 20, Cloudy

Sunday: Min 11, Max 14, showers

Monday: Min 9, Max 13, showers

PERTH

Thursday: Min 4, Max 17, Sunny

Friday: Min 5, Max 19, Storm

Saturday: Min 7, Max 15, showers

Sunday: Min 3, Max 17, Cloudy

Monday: Min 5, Max 19, Sunny

BRISBANE

Thursday: Min 11, Max 25, Sunny

Friday: Min 11, Max 26, Sunny

Saturday: Min 12, Max 28, Sunny

Sunday: Min 13, Max 25, cloudy

Monday: Min 13, Max 29, Sunny

CANBERRA

Thursday: Min -2, Max 15, Sunny

Friday: Min 0, Max 17, Cloudy

Saturday: Min 1, Max 17, Cloudy

Sunday: Min 2, Max 18, showers

Monday: Min 2, Max 10, showers

HOBART

Thursday: Min 7, Max 16, Rain

Friday: Min 6, Max 13, showers

Saturday: Min 2, Max 15, Sunny

Sunday: Min 5, Max 17, showers

Monday: Min 6, Max 11, showers

DARWIN

Thursday: Min 18, Max 31, Sunny

Friday: Min 20, Max 31, Sunny

Saturday: Min 21, Max 32, Sunny

Sunday: Min 21, Max 32, Sunny

Monday: Min 22, Max 33, Sunny

Source: Bureau of Meteorology

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