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Next week a cold wave is coming with temperatures around 10C colder than normal

Australia will be hit again by a brutal cold spell just before summer – here’s how it gets cold in YOUR city

  • Forecasters expect temperatures in Victoria and Tasmania to reach 15 degrees on Monday
  • Southern NSW will also experience cold temperatures next week, as will South Australia
  • Rain is also expected – although Sydney is expected to see high temperatures

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Australia will be hit by another cold snap early next week with temperatures as much as 10 degrees lower than average.

Forecasters believe the mercury will peak in Victoria, Tasmania and southern NSW on Monday at just 15C.

It will be almost as cold at 3pm on Monday as it was at 3am on Sunday, she added, with temperatures between 5C and 10C lower than normal.

To make matters worse, southeastern Australia could also be hit by heavy rainfall at the same time.

A cold snap is on the way and forecasters believe temperatures in Victoria, Tasmania and southern NSW will peak at just 15C on Monday

It will be almost as cold at 3pm on Monday as it was at 3am on Sunday, with temperatures between 5-10C lower than normal

It will be almost as cold at 3pm on Monday as it was at 3am on Sunday, with temperatures between 5-10C lower than normal

It will be almost as cold at 3pm on Monday as it was at 3am on Sunday, with temperatures between 5-10C lower than normal

“The real cool change is coming from late Sunday in South Australia and that will cause temperatures to plummet as we move into Monday,” Sky News Weather meteorologist Rob Sharpe said.

“It will feel just like Melbourne Cup day in Melbourne.”

In Victoria, warm weekend temperatures drop into the teens on Mondays, with a similar trend in Hobart.

South Australia will see maximums of 25C in Adelaide on Friday and Saturday before dropping to 19C on Sunday and then 17C on Monday.

Monday it can even reach 10 degrees.

Showers on Friday intensify on Saturday, with a possible storm before more rain falls on Sunday and Monday.

Weatherzone said “another” strong cold front was moving from west to east.

“It would be classified as a strong cold storm in June, July or August, but according to the November systems it’s seriously cold,” Weatherzone’s Anthony Sharwood wrote.

Hobart goes from a maximum of 18°C ​​on Friday and 22°C on Saturday to 15°C on Monday with a minimum of 7°C to start the week. There may also be 5-16 mm of rain over the weekend.

Tasmania’s west coast will be even wetter and Strahan is expected to see rain on Saturday and then 20-30mm on Sunday and up to 35mm on Monday.

Canberra meanwhile will see highs of around 20s over the next few days, then 18C on Sunday and 13C on Monday.

To make matters worse, heavy rainfall could also hit southeastern Australia early next week

To make matters worse, heavy rainfall could also hit southeastern Australia early next week

To make matters worse, heavy rainfall could also hit southeastern Australia early next week

A minimum of 7C on Monday is expected with showers most days.

Southern parts of NSW such as Wagga Wagga will feel the cold on Monday and some showers too, but Sydney and northern areas will escape the bad weather.

‘Sydney, Newcastle Port Macquarie – bone dry, no rain on the way,’ Mr Sharpe said.

“It’s been a while since we’ve been able to see that sort of thing for more than a week at a time.”

Sydney will see maximums of 22C on Friday, 24C on Saturday and then almost 30C on Sunday.

Monday there is only a slight drop to 26C.

Brisbane will see 26C on Friday, up to 32C on Saturday and then 34C on Sunday, although some rain may fall.

Meanwhile, Perth hits 17C on Friday with an overnight low of 11C. Then the mercury rises to 20C on Saturday, 23C on Sunday and 29C on Monday.

On Tuesday, the city could even break the 30C barrier.

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