Slightly 'warmer' weekend tipped
MOTHER Nature will give us a few days' reprieve from Jack Frost, but the days aren’t set to be getting any warmer.
Minimums will rise from today’s zero degrees by three to four, when a band of cloud develops, with Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Michael Knepp saying cloud today would hang around until Sunday.
“The cloud cover will continue to increase into Friday, when we’ll see some rain developing in that area,” he said.
“It will last into Saturday and probably start to clear late Sunday. Until then there will be drizzle and maybe light rain.”
Mr Knepp warned Friday and Saturday would be miserable days to be outside.
“It looks like they’ll both be wet and cold – the maximum temperatures on Saturday could reach 12 to 13 degrees, or if it’s really bad it could be 10 to 11 degrees,” he said.
“It’s not going to be a pleasant day. And Friday too; it will be a good day to be at work.”
Today: 2-16 degrees, sunny.
Friday: 5-14 degrees, rain developing.
Saturday: 6-13 degrees, rain.
Sunday: 7-16 degrees rain clearing.
Monday: 7-18 degrees possible shower.