FROST MAY RETURN TO THE SOUTHEAST EARLY NEXT WEEK.

Once we lose these above average temperatures at night over the weekend following a front passing through from the west, we may start to see a cooler and drier airmass push into the southeast inland.


A high sitting over the southern parts of the country will nudge in from the west and bring settled skies and drier weather with plenty of sunshine through the day, but the nights becoming longer and with the drier air, winds turning calm and the skies clear, this will mean that the air can efficiently cool.


The low risk of frost is possible on Monday and possibly Tuesday morning but not severe but just a heads up for the cooler shift creating temperatures down to about 0C through the ACT and nearby the southeast of NSW.


Days, glorious and dry through to about mid next week.


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