As we move into winter, what can locals expect today? We have the latest news from the Weather Bureau.
At 1am this morning it was a dry day with a dew point of 7.2. The temperature will be more like 7.1 cooler with a relative humidity of 97 percent.
The highest temperature expected today is 24, 2 degrees higher than yesterday’s maximum.
Today’s highs will peak on Monday, but cooler conditions are expected in five of the next six days.
Chances of rain today are 5 percent.
Similar showers are likely tomorrow with the Bureau of Meteorology forecasting a very low chance of rain (5%).
The predicted UV index is 4. There is a moderate risk of harm from sun exposure. Experts recommend covering up, using sunscreen outside, and staying out of the sun around midday.
The wind will be southwest at about 0 km/h in the morning and turn north-northwest at about 4 km/h in the afternoon.
Details for the next six days:
Monday, June 19: Sunny. Min – 5. Maximum – 25.
Tuesday, June 20: Sunny. Min – 5. Maximum – 23.
Wednesday, June 21: Mostly sunny. Min – 5. Maximum – 22.
Thursday, June 22: Mostly sunny. Min – 7. Maximum – 22.
Friday, June 23: Partial cloud Min – 8. Maximum – 24.
Saturday, June 24: Sunny. Min – 5. Maximum – 24.