ANOTHER COLD NIGHT ON THE WAY FOR THE EASTERN INLAND.

Another freeze overnight into Wednesday morning with a high sitting overhead, the high has not moved far today, so further frost and some patchy fog is expected to develop Thursday morning. A lower chance of a freeze for areas over the Southeast of NSW and Northern Tablelands.


Satellite imagery - Wednesday afternoon - July 7th 2021.

Note the high cloud flying in at about 40000ft through northern parts of NSW and southern QLD and the middle and high level cloud over southern NSW and northern VIC, this may keep temperatures up by a couple of degrees overnight, but the clear skies and light winds over the southeast will see temperatures fall away rapidly.

Frost Forecast - Thursday 8th of July 2021 - Valid Wednesday 7th of July 2021.

Widespread morning frost over the eastern inland with the chance of severe frosts in pockets along the divide, where the low chance of freeze is possible. The day will warm quicker than it did today with a northwest flow and more humidity developing.

Fog Forecast - Thursday 8th of July 2021 - Valid Wednesday 7th of July 2021.

Similar fog risk to this morning, but the fog likely to be more shallow and of short duration with more wind involved during the morning than previous mornings.




Freeze Forecast - Thursday 8th of July 2021 - Valid Wednesday 7th of July 2021

Low end risk of a freeze in pockets along the divide, but most likely in the southeast IF temperatures reach these thresholds.

The frost risk contracts to southern NSW and VIC through Friday and Saturday as a low pressure trough moves through the eastern inland of QLD and NSW.


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