New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory Forecast

View the current warnings for New South Wales

Forecast updated at 6:45 am EST on Saturday 29 April 2017.

Weather Situation

A high pressure system is moving over southeastern Australia from the west. The high will move over the Tasman Sea on Sunday and weaken. A cold front will cross New South Wales during Monday and Tuesday with another high moving south of the Bight and extending a ridge behind it.

Forecast for the rest of Saturday

Early fog patches on the ranges. Slight change of showers on the central coastal fringe. Partly cloudy elsewhere. Southerly winds.

Sunday 30 April

Fine apart from the chance of a shower or two on the coastal fringe, mainly central parts. Early frost patches on the ranges. Areas of morning fog. South to southeasterly winds.

Monday 1 May

Fine apart from a shower or two on the far northern coastal fringe and over the southwest slopes of the ranges. North to northwesterly winds tending west to southwesterly in the west.

Tuesday 2 May

A few showers developing over the southwest slopes of the ranges, with snow above about 1500 metres in the evening. Chance of a shower elsewhere but mostly fine. South to southwesterly winds extending through most of the state.

The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm EST Saturday.

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