FROST DEVELOPING THURSDAY MORNING, POSSIBLY SEVERE FOR THE SOUTHEAST INLAND.

The winds and showers are forecast to ease over the southeast tonight with a high-pressure ridge that is planted over SA quickly moving into the southeast inland leading to a settling of conditions.


The dry cold air is likely to be trapped underneath the high, and with the clearer skies and those light winds and below average atmospheric heights, the temperatures should plummet away from the coast.


Severe frost is possible over a large portion of elevated Victoria and NSW/ACT with light to moderate frosts forecast along the NSW Plains through to northern VIC. Light frost is possible over parts of eastern SA and throughout southern QLD.


This is the time of year where we can get some ripper snap frosts. So, an alert for Farmers tonight.

Graziers, the winds should drop out so the issues for stock eases temporarily before we see the next wave of severe conditions for stock. I will talk more about that coming up in the evening updates.

More to come throughout the afternoon.