At 4am today, expect extremely dry conditions with a dew point of 2.2. The temperature feels like 0.8, which is much colder than it actually is. The relative humidity is 91 per cent.
The highest expected temperature today is 14, which is 2 degrees lower than yesterday’s max.
Warmer conditions are expected on five of the next six days, with the mercury climbing above today’s maximum on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The chance of rain today is 10 per cent.
Showers are less likely tomorrow with the Bureau of Meteorology forecasting a slim (5 per cent) chance of rain.
The UV index is predicted to be 6. There is a high risk of harm from sun exposure. Experts suggest reducing sun exposure around noon, using eye protection, sunscreen and cover up to protect from sunburn.
Winds will be east around 9 km/h in the morning shifting to southwest around 13 km/h in the afternoon.
Details for the next six days:
Wednesday, September 15: Mostly sunny. E/S’ly winds Min – 9. Max – 16.
Thursday, September 16: Mostly sunny. Fresh NE winds Min – 12. Max – 22.
Friday, September 17: Mostly sunny. NE winds tending SW Min – 17. Max – 19.
Saturday, September 18: Partly cloudy. Showers. Strong NW winds Min – 12. Max – 15.
Sunday, September 19: Partly cloudy. Late shower. Fresh NW/W’ly winds Min – 11. Max – 16.
Monday, September 20: Mostly cloudy. Possible shower. Fresh W’ly winds Min – 12. Max – 14.