As fall turns to winter, what can locals expect tomorrow? We have the latest news from the Weather Bureau.
The highest temperature expected tomorrow is 20, one degree above today’s maximum.
Warmer conditions are expected for three of the next six days, with mercury levels rising above today’s maximum on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The chance of rain tomorrow is 5 percent.
Similar showers are likely on Wednesday as the Bureau of Meteorology forecasts a very low chance of rain (5%).
The predicted UV index is 3. 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.
Winds will be westerly at about 6 km/h in the morning and turn east at about 4 km/h in the afternoon.
Details for the next six days:
Tuesday, May 23: Sunny. Min – 4. Maximum – 20.
Wednesday, May 24: Sunny. Min – 5. Maximum – 20.
Thursday, May 25: Mostly sunny. Min – 4. Maximum – 21.
Friday, May 26 Shower or two. Min – 9. Maximum – 17.
Saturday, May 27th Cloudy. Min – 6. Maximum – 18.
Sunday, May 28: Partial cloud Min – 7. Maximum – 18.