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July 14th, 2018 by admin

Melbourne weather: winter one day, summer the next

Melbourne set for sunny and fine weather on Thursday. Photo: Leigh HenninghamSick of this wintry weather? Prepare for a change on Thursday when a northerly wind will whip Melbourne into summer, with temperatures soaring to 26 degrees.
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The city, and in fact most of Victoria will live up to its reputation changeable weather, with the daily top temperature jumping nearly 10 degrees in just one day.

Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Richard Carlyon said Melbourne only managed to reach a top of just over 17 degrees about 6pm on Wednesday.

“Today was cool and cloudy,” Mr Carlyon said.

“But tomorrow, the winds turn northerly and that will allow sunnier conditions.

“Warmer air from southern NSW will head towards southern Victoria and allow the temperature in Melbourne to soar.”

But even for Melbourne the transition won’t be instant.

“It may take a little while tomorrow for that temperature to really rise,” he said.

“It will be a cool start, 12 degrees is the overnight low.

“It won’t be until the middle of the day we will see the northerly wind and that will send the temperature into the 20s …and then peaking late in the afternoon.”

The warm conditions will last late into the night, with the temperatures in the 20s for most of the evening.

And then, the city will return to colder conditions.

“We are expecting a top of 24 degrees on Friday, but it will be cooler in the afternoon after the front has moved through, ” Mr Carlyon said.

“So relatively short-lived the warm weather.”

On Saturday, Melburnians can expect a low of 12 degrees and a top of 18.

“It bounces again on Sunday, back to 23 degrees,” he said.

“It is downhill from there. Monday 17 as a maximum, Tuesday and Wednesday, 16 degrees.

“Back to winter next week.”

Mr Carlyon said the pattern would repeat itself in the rest of the state.

“The highest in the state will be at Mildura tomorrow at 29 degrees,” he said.

“But everywhere from Monday to Wednesday will be 13 to 17 degrees.”

He said the weather fluctuation was normal for spring, but the heavy rain in September was unseasonal.

“We have had the second wettest September on record in Victoria since 1916 – 100 years ago,” Mr Carlyon said.

“And it has been a wet start to October.”

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