New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory Forecast

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Forecast issued at 4:30 am EST on Monday 22 July 2024.

Weather Situation

A high pressure system is currently establishing itself over New South Wales over the next few days bringing settled conditions in the first half of the week. A cold front is forecast to arrive during the second half of the week, bringing a return to wet and windy conditions.

Forecast for the rest of Monday

Isolated showers along the southern half of the ranges and adjacent western slopes, more frequent about the Alpine region. Snow falling on the Alps above 1500 metres. Dry and mostly sunny elsewhere. Areas of morning frost across the northern and central ranges, adjacent slopes and inland plains. Areas of morning fog about the western slopes. Daytime temperatures near to slightly above average. West to northwesterly winds, fresh at times along the southern ranges. South to southwesterly winds about the far northeast during the day.

Tuesday 23 July

The chance of a shower about the Alpine Region, possibly falling as snow on the higher peaks. Dry and mostly sunny elsewhere. Areas of morning frost and fog across the ranges, adjacent slopes and inland plains. Daytime temperatures slightly above average. North to northwesterly winds in the far west tending westerly in the east. Winds turn southerly in the northeast in the evening.

Wednesday 24 July

The slight chance of a shower about the far northeast. Dry and mostly sunny elsewhere. Areas of morning frost across the ranges, adjacent slopes and inland plains. The chance of morning fog along the ranges and eastern slopes. Daytime temperatures above average. Northeast to northwesterly winds, fresh at times in the west and along the coast.

Thursday 25 July

Scattered showers about the central and southern ranges, adjacent western slopes and southern inland. Isolated showers elsewhere. Areas of morning frost about the ranges. Daytime temperatures above average. Freshening north to northwesterly winds, tending strong and gusty about the Alps, shifting west to southwesterly in the far west during the day.

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

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