As we move into winter, what can locals expect today? We have the latest news from the Weather Bureau.
At 1 a.m. today, weather conditions were extremely dry with a dew point of 2.2. The temperature felt like 8.6, much colder than it really was. Relative humidity is 51 percent.
The expected maximum temperature today is 20, the same as yesterday’s maximum.
According to the forecast, today’s maximum is the highest that mercury will climb over the next seven 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 UV index is predicted to be 2. While the risk of harm from sun exposure is low. Experts recommend using eye protection, sunscreen, and shielding, especially for people with sensitive skin that burns easily.
Winds will be in a north-northwest direction about 12 km/h in the morning, changing to a west-northwest around 17 km/h in the afternoon.
Details for the next six days:
Monday, June 26: Mostly sunny. Fresh W’ly wind Min – 10. Maximum – 19.
Tuesday, June 27: Mostly sunny. Wind W’ly Min – 9. Max – 18.
Wednesday, June 28: Cloudy. Can shower. Northwest Wind Min – 10. Maximum – 16.
Thursday, June 29: Mostly sunny. Wind TN Min – 8. Maximum – 17.
Friday, June 30: Mostly sunny. Wind W’ly Min – 7. Max – 18.
Saturday, July 1: Cloudy. West/Southwest Wind Min – 8. Maximum – 17.