The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting temperatures over the coming week will be about two to six degrees above average. With maximum temperatures reaching the mid to high teens in the state’s East and South up until Monday.
However frequent, gusty cold fronts are also expected, with the first crossing the state on Thursday night. Bringing gusty winds and mild temperatures as it approaches, with a further gusty cold front crossing the state on the weekend.
In other news:
The BOM is predicting strong northwesterly winds across the state on Thursday afternoon ahead of a southwesterly change during the early evening up to 70-80km/h.
Higher wind gusts of about 100km/h are also expected near Bass Straight islands and exposed parts of the North Coast.
The state’s North and West is expected to experience showers on Thursday, with the North-West Coast and Central North expected to receive between five to 15mm of rain. Elevated areas further inland are expected to receive between 10 and 30mm.
Thankfully spring-like conditions are expected to continue next week, with further warm, windy days later in the week.
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