A severe weather warning is in place across South Australia's coastal regions for potentially damaging winds.
A low-pressure trough will move across the state on Monday bringing wind gusts of up to 90 km/h.
Locations that may be affected include Port Lincoln, Mount Gambier, Ceduna, Maitland, Kingscote and Victor Harbor.
The Bureau of Meteorology says the conditions will produce areas of raised dust particularly in the southeast and the far northeast.
Adelaide is likely to miss the worst of the weather.
Temperatures will also jump ahead of a cool change with the city expected to have a top of 31C ahead of a more mild 19C on Tuesday.
The mercury will climb even higher in some regional centres with Ceduna to have 36C, Wudinna and Nullarbor both 35C.