As we near the winter solstice, people are preparing themselves for a cold winter. However, the region is experiencing a warm spike, with temperatures reaching the low 20s – but the night’s are reminding us the winter’s cold is still there.
Today, Wednesday, 14 June
Warm. Light winds. Temperature will reach a top of 21 degrees and should drop to five degrees overnight.
Tomorrow, Thursday, 15 June
Partly cloudy but warm. Patchy early morning fog, but should brighten up during the day with some light winds. Temperature should reach 21 degrees with a low of seven degrees.
Friday, 16 June
Cloudy. Slight (30 per cent) chance of a shower, most likely in the afternoon. Light winds. Temperature should rise to a maximum of 20 degrees and drop seven degrees overnight.
Saturday, 17 June
Partly cloudy. Patchy morning fog. Slight (30 per cent) chance of a shower. Light winds. Temperature reaching 19 degrees, reaching a low of five degrees overnight.
Sunday, 18 June
Partly cloudy. Slight (30 per cent) chance of a shower. Light winds becoming southerly 15 to 20 km/h during the morning. Temperature reaching 18 degrees and a minimum of four degrees.
Monday, 19 June
Partly cloudy. Light winds. Temperature dropping to a minimum of four degrees and reaching a maximum of 18 degrees.
Tuesday, 20 June
Partly cloudy. Light winds. Temperature reaching 18 degrees and dropping to four degrees overnight.
Predictions courtesy of the Bureau of Meteorology.