A front and trough are bringing showers and highland snow to southeastern South Australia, NSW, Victoria and Tasmania
A front and trough are bringing showers and highland snow to southeastern South Australia, NSW, Victoria and Tasmania.
An area of low pressure over the NT is generating showers and storms. While a trough over southwest WA is causing showers and some storms.
A ridge is keeping elsewhere dry.
Here's your state-by-state forecast for Sunday, September 27, 2020:
Mostly sunny, with the chance of morning fog about central coastal districts and the North Tropical Coast. A risk of morning frost about the eastern Darling Downs and Granite Belt District.
Light to moderate southeast to southwesterly winds, tending fresh and gusty at times in western districts. Winds turning east to northeasterly in northeastern districts.
Maximum and minimum temperatures below average in the southwest and southern interior, tending near or above average elsewhere. Highs of 26C in Brisbane and 27C in Bundaberg.
Fire Danger - Very High in the Southeast Coast, Wide Bay and Burnett, Central Highlands and Coalfields, Northern Goldfields and Upper Flinders, Gulf Country, and Peninsula Districts.
NEW SOUTH WALES & THE ACT
Dry and mostly sunny apart from a possible shower about the southern and central ranges, falling as snow on the southern ranges above 1000 metres in the morning.
Areas of morning frost on the ranges and slopes, and possibly about the southern inland. Daytime temperatures below average with a top of 9C in Orange, 16C in Dubbo and 14C in Canberra, with overnight lows in those areas hovering around 0C.
Southwesterly winds, tending southeasterly along the coast during the day. Winds fresh at times along the coast.
Patchy morning fog and frost inland. Scattered showers over southern and mountain districts becoming isolated during the morning and extending across the north before clearing during the afternoon.
Local hail in the south and east during the morning. Snowfalls above 900 metres at first.
A cool to cold and mostly cloudy day with light to moderate south to southwesterly winds tending southerly then easing at night. Highs of 14C in Melbourne but much cooler at Mt Baw Baw, which will struggle to reach a top of 1C.
Showers about the west and far south, with snowfalls to around 500 metres in the morning.
Mainly fine elsewhere. Areas of morning frost in the north but clearing to highs of 14C in Devonport, Burnie and Bridport.
Southwesterly winds easing.
Icy and snow covered roads will make driving conditions dangerous during Sunday morning in parts of the Western, Midlands, East Coast, Upper Derwent Valley and South East forecast districts. For information on any road closures, please contact your local council or the Police.
The next alert will be issued by 5:00 am EST.
Cold at first with areas of frost over inland parts, possibly severe in the Mid North district. Possible morning fog in the southeast districts.
A slight to medium chance of showers in the South East districts, mostly during the morning. A slight chance of showers and possibly thunderstorms developing in the far west.
Cool to mild in the southeast, grading to warm in the far north and warm to hot in the far west. A top of 15C at Victor Harbor and climbing to 25C in Ceduna.
Light to moderate southeast to northeasterly winds, becoming fresh northeast to northwesterly in the west.
A surface trough over the Goldfields will move east during Sunday as a ridge extends across northern parts of the South West Land Division.
Chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm over the northeast Kimberley. Showers and a possible storm over south coastal districts of the South West Land Division, Eucla and eastern Interior. Showers over remaining southern and western parts of the South West Land Division.
A top of 33C in Eyre and a cooler high of 21C in Perth. Temperatures reaching 36C in Port Hedland
A Severe Fire Danger is forecast for the Interior, East Pilbara Coast and Eucla.
A slight to medium chance of showers and thunderstorms over the western districts and about the northeast Arnhem District.
Sunny in the Simpson and southeast Barkly Districts, partly cloudy elsewhere. Highs of 34C at Tennant Creek and in Darwin.
Light to moderate east to southeast winds, tending northeast to northwest in the Tanami and Lasseter Districts where the winds will be fresh and gusty during the morning and early afternoon.
Fire Danger - High to Very High apart from in the Simpson District.
- Reported with Weatherzone and Australian Bureau of Meteorology
Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/weather-forecast-australia-snow-showers-south-australia-nsw-victoria-tasmania-weatherzone/638fcedf-2118-4512-9b06-4196db3ee058