FROST AND FOG RISK DIMINISHES ON THURSDAY MORNING BUT WILL RETURN FRIDAY AND INTO THE WEEKEND.

A slight reprieve for residents away from the Great Dividing Range in relation to frost come Thursday morning.


A warmer night is coming, thanks to more cloud cover, especially over southern NSW and VIC. A weakening cold front will be on the approach and pass through the region early Thursday, whipping up the winds a little more and thus stopping the temperatures from falling away.


With that, there is no frost analysed for Victoria or South Australia during Thursday morning and most of inland NSW should be spared as well.


Frost Forecast - Thursday May 20th 2021.

The same applies to the fog forecast, with the wind forecast far to unsupportive for widespread fog or even shallow fog developing, away from the GDR and the lee side of the ranges.


The fog should be shorter lived, with a westerly wind likely to sweep out the risk quite early in the day so delays at regional airports should be very few and far between through NSW.


Fog Forecast - Thursday May 20th 2021.

There are warmer days ahead, but with the warmer sunnier days, we can expect the frost risk to increase on Friday and Saturday mornings. Some severe frosts are possible. Warmer days will feature though, with a northerly flow developing Sunday and into Monday ahead of the next front.


Want more information relating to future cold snaps, frost forecasts or the snow season and how that is tracking? Let me know how I can help you - email me at karllijnders@weathermatters.org

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