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Australia to FREEZE over in May 2019

posted 7 May 2019, 00:44 by Happi Mess   [ updated 9 May 2019, 04:46 ]

Antarctic cold front to send temperatures plummeting

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An Antarctic cold front is set to bring an icy chill right across Australia - with temperatures up to 10C lower than average.

Two cold fronts will make their way across New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania this week, and their effects are expected to linger well into the weekend.

Rain, storms, hail and even snow in some places are expected as winter begins to settle in - with Canberra tipped to dip below freezing on the weekend.

The first cold front will bring strong winds, rain, and storms to South Australia early on Tuesday before hitting Victoria in the evening.

The second, stronger cold front will move from Antarctica towards Tasmania and then Victoria and South Australia on Thursday, slowly making its way north.



An Antarctic cold front is set to bring an icy chill right across Australia - with temperatures as much as 10C lower than average (stock image)





Two cold fronts will make their way across New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania this week (stock image)
Cold front to impact southeastern and eastern Australia
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Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Sarah Scully said the chill is expected to blanket most of the continent.

'Very cold air mass is moving from the Antarctic right over the country,' Ms Scully said.

'Temperatures will be 8 to 10C lower than the average, even in the Northern Territory and Queensland.

'It's a cold snap affecting the whole country, it's a big one. The effects will be felt right into the weekend.'

The stronger cold front will bring snow to Victoria at elevations above 800m.

Up to 20cm of snow is expected to fall at ski resorts in the alps on the border of NSW and Victoria.


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Up to 20cm of snow is expected to fall at ski resorts in the alps on the border of NSW and Victoria (stock image)

Sydney will have a high of 23C on Tuesday with clear skies before temperatures steadily drop throughout the week, with a low of 9C expected on Sunday.

Melbourne will reach 19C with showers later in the evening on Tuesday. Temperatures will fall to a low of 8C on Friday and Saturday.

Brisbane has an expected high of 26C on Tuesday and will also fall to a low of 9C on the weekend.


Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Sarah Scully said the chill (in blue) is expected to blanket most of the continent

Perth will reach 22C with clear skies and light winds on Tuesday. The city has an expected low of 6C on Thursday.

Adelaide has a high chance of rain and thunderstorms on Tuesday afternoon, with winds of up to 45km/h.

In Canberra, a high of 17C on Tuesday will be followed by increasingly chillier temperatures, with a low of 1C expected on Thursday and -1C on Saturday and Sunday.

Five-day weather forecast


Sydney

Tuesday: Max 23, sunny.

Wednesday: Min 13, Max 21, mostly sunny.

Thursday: Min 10, Max 22, sunny.

Friday: Min 13, Max 19, partly cloudy.

Saturday: Min 10, Max 19, sunny.




Brisbane

Tuesday: Max 26, sunny.

Wednesday: Min 12, Max 27, sunny.

Thursday: Min 11, Max 27, sunny.

Friday: Min 13, Max 27, sunny.

Saturday: Min 10, Max 22, sunny. 







Adelaide

Tuesday: Max 19, showers.

Wednesday: Min 12, Max 17, shower or two.

Thursday: Min 11, Max 15, showers, possible heavy falls.

Friday: Min 9, Max 16, showers easing

Saturday: Min 11, Max 19, shower or two 






Hobart

Tuesday: Max 17, partly cloudy.

Wednesday: Min 7, Max 17, partly cloudy.

Thursday: Min 7, Max 16, showers increasing.

Friday: Min 7, Max 13, shower or two.

Saturday: Min 5, Max 17, possible shower.

Source: Bureau of Meteorology 




Melbourne


Tuesday: Max 19m sunny day, showers at night

Wednesday: Min 11, Max 17, showers clearing

Thursday: Min 10, Max 16, showers developing.

Friday: Min 8, Max 14, showers

Saturday: Min 8, Max 17, possible shower.






Perth

Tuesday: Max 22, mostly sunny.

Wednesday: Min 11, Max 23, partly cloudy.

Thursday: Min 6, Max 23, sunny.

Friday: Min 8, Max 24, sunny.

Saturday: Min 8, Max 24, mostly sunny. 


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Hobart

Tuesday: Max 17, partly cloudy.

Wednesday: Min 7, Max 17, partly cloudy.

Thursday: Min 7, Max 16, showers increasing.

Friday: Min 7, Max 13, shower or two.

Saturday: Min 5, Max 17, possible shower.





Canberra

Tuesday: Max 17, sunny.

Wednesday: Min 4, Max 14, shower or two.

Thursday: Min 1, Max 15, possible late shower.

Friday: Min 3, Max 11, shower or two.

Saturday: Min -1. Max 16, mostly sunny.




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