Forecast issued at 5:03 am EST on Sunday 26 April 2015.
A weakening low pressure system has moved off the New South Wales coast and over the Tasman Sea. A high pressure system west of the Bight will drift slowly eastwards south of the Bight during today and early next week before moving over Tasmania on Wednesday and over the Tasman Sea during Thursday.
Forecast for the rest of Sunday
Scattered showers near and south of the ranges, more widespread in the east. Snow showers above 1500 metres. Cool to cold and cloudy with a fresh and gusty south to southwest wind, strong at times about the coast.
Fire Danger - Low to moderate, high in the north.
Monday 27 April
Scattered showers over Gippsland, isolated showers elsewhere, mainly on and south of the ranges. Snow showers above 1400 metres. Cool to cold with fresh and gusty south to southwest wind, strong at times about the Gippsland coast.
Tuesday 28 April
Isolated showers over southern and mountain areas, scattered over West Gippsland and the far southeast. Cool with a moderating south to southeasterly wind.
Wednesday 29 April
Isolated showers over southern and mountain areas. Morning frost inland then a cool day with mainly moderate south to southeasterly wind.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm EST Sunday.