No warnings for New South Wales
Forecast issued at 4:30 am EST on Thursday 5 May 2016.
A high pressure ridge will build across New South Wales over the next few days, while a high pressure system will become established in the Tasman Sea later in the week. An approaching cold front will largely pass south of the state today, with the next cold front forecast to affect New South Wales on Sunday.
Forecast for the rest of Thursday
Fine throughout. Local fog patches about the Tablelands early in the morning. Patchy morning frost over the Snowy Mountains. Northeast to northeasterly winds, tending southeasterly along the far north coast.
Friday 6 May
Slight chance of late showers on the far north coast, fine elsewhere. Light and variable winds in the north tending moderate northeast to northwesterly in the south and increasing to fresh over southern parts of the Tablelands.
Saturday 7 May
Slight chance of showers on the far north coast, mostly in the morning. Cloud increasing in the west, with the chance of a late shower about the far west. Fine elsewhere. Generally northeast to northwest winds.
Sunday 8 May
Areas of rain extending across the west and south, then to central parts later in the day. Cooler. Mostly fine in the northeast, apart from the chance of showers along the north coast in the morning. Moderate to fresh north to northwest winds, gusty in the south.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm EST Thursday.