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EXPECT a cold front and some light showers this Easter long weekend, says The Weather Channel.

“Rain from the cold-front will total less than 5mm in most areas but temperatures across South Australia and Victoria will fall around 10C from Friday to Saturday,” says Tom Saunders, Senior Meteorologist at The Weather Channel.

“The second front will arrive on Sunday and lower temperatures further. It may even be cold enough on Easter Monday for some light snow on the higher alpine peaks.

“After a warm start to Easter temperatures in NSW will also drop by Monday, but the state can expect little if any rain.

“The rest of Australia will remain mostly sunny and warm, and both Brisbane and Perth can expect maximum temperatures of 30C on Monday.”

 

[box]CANBERRA

Friday: Mostly sunny, maximum 25?C

Saturday: Shower or two, 25?C

Sunday: Shower or two, 18?C

Monday: Partly cloudy, 16?C

SYDNEY

Friday: Partly Cloudy, 25?C

Saturday: Shower or two later, 27?C

Sunday: Shower or two, 26?C

Monday: Shower or two later, 22?C

MELBOURNE

Friday: Sunny with evening showers, 30?C

Saturday: Morning shower or two, 19?C

Sunday: A few showers, 19?C

Monday: Showers, 17?C

HOBART

Friday: Sunny, 26?C

Saturday: A few showers clearing, 19?C

Sunday: A few showers, 18?C

Monday: Shower or two, 14?C

PERTH

Friday: Mostly sunny, 23?C

Saturday: Mostly sunny, 27?C

Sunday: Mostly sunny, 29?C

Monday: Mostly sunny, 30?C

DARWIN

Friday: Mostly sunny, 34?C

Saturday: Possible shower, 33?C

Sunday: Possible shower, 33?C

Monday: Possible shower, 33?C

BRISBANE

Friday: Possible shower, 28?C

Saturday: Mostly sunny, 28?C

Sunday: Mostly sunny, 29?C

Monday: Possible shower, 30?C

ADELAIDE

Friday: Shower or two, 32?C

Saturday: Possible shower, 23?C

Sunday: Possible shower, 19?C

Monday: Possible shower, 20?C [/box]


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