WE HAVE hit the halfway mark in winter but the morning frosts, gusty breezes and drizzling rains are not ready to move on yet.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Gavin Holcombe said a frost is predicted this morning and a south-westerly wind throughout the day.
"There will be a minimum of zero (today) with a maximum of 17," he said.
"(Tomorrow), the winds will come from the south. There will still be frost about and a possible shower in the afternoon."
Tomorrow temperatures will range from 3 to 17 degrees.
Wednesday will be slightly warmer with a low of 6 degrees and top of 18.
Mr Holcombe said the wind would change direction again on Wednesday.
"There will be easterly winds on Wednesday with isolated showers," he said.
"On Thursday there will be a few showers around and we should see drizzle all afternoon."
There will be drizzle around again on Friday, which will clear away by the afternoon.
Friday will be 3 to 17.