NSW AND VIC - FROST RISK NEXT TUESDAY

With a cold airmass rotating through the southeast with a strong cold front over the weekend, the cold dry air is expected to lead to below average temperatures over inland areas for a number of days into early next week.


With the cold and dry airmass and high pressure moving in, this will lead to clear calm skies and the recipe for a late season frost.


Not uncommon but the blessings of shorter nights may mitigate the severe frost, but light to moderate frost is possible about northeast VIC and southern and southeast NSW and the ACT.


Growers beware


Frost Risk Forecast Tuesday

It is a low risk but it is worthy of a chart none the less.

I will update this risk on Sunday.



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