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Soak up warmer weather

John Samuels, 6, enjoys the cool change in weather.
John Samuels, 6, enjoys the cool change in weather. Linden Morris

IT MIGHT be nearing winter but the warmer days are not going anywhere - at least for today.

Weatherzone meteorologist Drew Casper-Richardson said today would be the warmest of the week with the mercury topping 25 degrees.

"There will be a southerly change pushing through late on Saturday and early Sunday," he said.

"And on Sunday the top will be 20 degrees, cooling down to 18 on Monday.

"It will warm up a touch but will still be in low-20s through until the end of next week."

He said the mornings would continue to be cool with the chilly minimum of 6 degrees tipped for this morning and 8 degrees tomorrow - a touch warmer than this week when minimums dropped to as low as 2.1 degrees .

With the winter months coming on, Mr Casper-Rich-ardson does not expect a break in the dry weather.

"It doesn't look like there will be any rain in the next couple of days. The next best chance is towards the end of the week," he said.

"We're looking at under 5mm at this stage for the Downs areas."

Topics:  weather, weatherzone




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