Those enjoying warmer conditions as winter makes a promising move towards spring have been warned not to start breaking out the t-shirts and shorts just yet.
Another round of cold blasts are on the cards, particularly for those living in Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra.
People in WA’s capital city should prepare for plenty of showers on Friday and potentially a thunderstorm, with rain expected to continue well into Saturday before clearing on Sunday.
There will be a maximum of 19 degrees on Friday and a very chilly low of just 5 degrees, and Saturday will be even cooler with a top of 19, before an icy low of 3 on Sunday.
Two cold fronts travelling across the South Australian Bight will ensure rain across southeastern Australia on Thursday and Friday.
A gusty westerly change will then travel through South Australia early Sunday before heading into Victoria and NSW.
Melbourne will remain chilly from Friday well into next week, with rain expected every day except Saturday when skies will instead be cloudy.
Sunday will be rainy but the maximum temperature will mimic Saturday’s 18 degrees, while its low of 13 almost doubles that of Saturday.
Sydneysiders will stay dry for the foreseeable future, with clear sunny skies predicted and temperatures expected to remain hovering in the low 20s.
Those in Canberra will likely have a more dreary experience, as zero and sub-zero lows are predicted up until Sunday, when rain will begin and continue into next week.
Adelaide will have a slightly warmer but equally as wet coming week, with rain expected onwards from Friday and into next week, with just Saturday predicted to be clear.
#Winter isn't done with us yet! 🥶 A high-pressure system dominates the weather this week. Frosty nights through the east and likely to spread into the tropical 🌴 interior of #Queensland until Wednesday. Keep your eyes on the forecast https://t.co/TZBPfIgQTU. pic.twitter.com/8nQia62pAl— Bureau of Meteorology, Australia (@BOM_au) August 12, 2019
Hobart will face plenty of rain heading into the weekend and next week, with conditions clearing up for Saturday but rain expected until at least Wednesday.
Temperatures will also be chilly, with lows of between 2 and 7 expected, and a high of just 17.
Saturday will be the warmest with 20 degrees, and temperatures will stay in the mid to high teens well into next week.
In the top end of the country, temperatures will remain clear and those in Darwin will continue to enjoy toasty 30 degree days.
It will be slightly cooler in Brisbane which will hover in the mid to high 20s throughout the weekend and into next week.
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