Forecast issued at 4:30 pm EST on Monday 27 June 2016.
A high pressure system over South Australia will move slowly eastwards across New South Wales on Tuesday and Wednesday and will extend a ridge southwards across Victoria as another front passes across Tasmania. A stronger cold front will cross Victorian on Thursday, while another high pressure system will develop over the Bight on Friday.
Forecast for the rest of Monday
Isolated showers, although mostly dry over the far east. Showers falling as snow above 1100 metres. Cool to cold and mostly cloudy with light to moderate west to southwesterly winds.
Tuesday 28 June
Areas of morning frost and fog in the north and east. Isolated showers about the northeast ranges and the southwest. Showers falling as snow above 1300 metres. A cool and mostly cloudy day with light to moderate westerly winds.
Wednesday 29 June
Areas of morning frost and fog in the north and east. Isolated showers possible over southern and mountain districts, mainly over the southwest. Showers falling as snow above 1400 metres. A cool and mostly cloudy day with moderate northerly winds, fresh at times in the west.
Thursday 30 June
Scattered showers in the west extending throughout during the morning but only isolated showers over the far east. Showers falling as snow above 1400 metres, lowering to 1200 metres later. A cool to cold and mostly cloudy day with fresh northerly winds shifting west to southwesterly from the west.
Friday 1 July
Isolated showers, more frequent across southern and mountain areas although dry across the far northwest. Showers falling as snow above 1200 metres. A cool to cold and partly cloudy day with light to moderate westerly winds, fresh across the south.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 am EST Tuesday.