COLD NIGHTS TO CONTINUE INTO MONDAY OVER THE SOUTHEAST

FOG AND FROST TO GREET US ON MONDAY MORNING.


And there might even be pockets of severe frost in areas where fog fails to form on Monday morning, especially in those colder pockets.


Cooma has seen some of that over the last 3 days with -4C starts and another is on the cards for Monday. And colder nights are on the way into this week. This shows the model struggling with the local conditions, but the trend is for well above average temperatures to persist into May.



Otherwise with a high moving ever so slowly towards the east, it will see winds turn a little more southerly over Victoria, introducing a bit more low level moisture into the region, perfect for fog to form. That will be the same case over in eastern SA and southern and west NSW.


Still have dry air aloft through the eastern inland of NSW for tonight into Monday morning, so that will allow a frostier start for many rather than the foggy start, but there could still be some patches of fog at elevation.


The day should warm fast and so the frost should melt away fairly nicely and with the winds and still a little bit of heat from the sun, the fog should mix out and burn off quite efficiently.


If you are flying regionally tomorrow, there is the risk of some short term fog delays at airports.




Images - Frost and Fog Risk forecast for Monday morning.

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