FARMERS AND GRAZIERS BE WARNED FOR A COLD OUTBREAK AND POTENTIAL FOR COLD RAIN INLAND MID WEEK.

The modelling is not especially great in terms of the known impacts for the system emerging next week, however there is some chance now that we will see a dramatic drop in temperatures coupled with windy weather and showery periods and local thunderstorms over parts of SA, more likely VIC and TAS and into southern and central NSW.


Once again, this is a heads up for graziers through the region to prepare for this event, not being a major rainfall event, but more likely to be a major drop in temperatures.


This will have a fairly significant impact after the past few weeks of warmer nights and humid days and there could be some risk to exposed stock.

It is that time of year and we should expect to see more of these winter charts being issued.


Areas in SA back to about the EP should be on alert as well as this forecast could be expanded further west in coming days.

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