A PERIOD OF COLDER NIGHTS WITH FROSTY MORNINGS BUILDING FOR THE EAST.

High pressure is back and that means clear skies and light winds leading to frost developing this weekend.


Light frost is possible over pockets of the eastern inland during Friday morning with the most concentrated areas of frost likely over the highlands in QLD and southeast NSW.


Frost Forecast for Friday morning - Valid for Friday 27th May 2021.

Severe frosts are likely to be the main concern weather wise over inland areas during Saturday and Sunday mornings with well below average temperatures. The humidity being low and the skies remaining clear, with light winds the ingredients are there for significant frost about.


Frost Risk forecast for Saturday 29th May 2021.

Frost Risk Forecast for Sunday 30th May 2021.


Temperature anomalies for Friday morning through Sunday morning below. GFS 18z Run Valid Thursday 27th May 2021.


Low chance of a freeze over the southeast of NSW and ACT on Saturday morning but for now those conditions remain marginal and no forecast chart will be produced at this time.


Conditions will remain fine and sunny for the inland this weekend so once we get over the cold mornings, warm sunshine by lunchtime.


A larger scale cold blast looks to evolve mid month, with strong signals for frontal weather bringing the next chance of issues for farmers and graziers with cold temperatures.


GFS 500mb flow pattern for June 7th 2021. Showing a large long wave passing through the southern parts of the nation. Valid Thursday May 27th 2021.

Need more information relating to cold weather? Want to know when you are expecting some more rainfall? Email me to find out about tailored forecasts and how I can help you out. Email - karllijnders@weathermatters.org



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