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Button up for a big chill

For Brandon, 8, Emily, 7, and Liam Parry, 5, an excess of autumn leaves is a tell-tale sign the full onset of winter is not too far away.
For Brandon, 8, Emily, 7, and Liam Parry, 5, an excess of autumn leaves is a tell-tale sign the full onset of winter is not too far away. Linden Morris

BREAK out those winter woollies because temperatures are expected to drop again over the weekend.

Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Michelle Berry said a gusty south-westerly winds would bring cold and dry conditions to the region.

"(Tomorrow) morning has the possibility of fog and frost, as do Sunday and Monday mornings," she said. "Expect to see rainfall (today) and at the weekend between 25 and 50mm, with the possibility of isolated storms."

Friday will be 10-16 degrees, Saturday 1-16 and Sunday 0-17.

Topics:  bureau of meteorology, weather, weekend




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