The highest expected temperature tomorrow is 31, which is two degrees higher than today’s max.
Today’s maximum will be topped on Tuesday, but cooler conditions are expected on five of the next six days.
The chance of rain tomorrow is 5 per cent.
There is a similar chance of showers Wednesday when the Bureau of Meteorology forecasts a slim (5 per cent) chance of rain.
The UV index is predicted to be 10. There is a very high risk of harm from sun exposure. Skin can be damaged and burn quickly in today’s conditions. Experts suggest avoiding sun exposure around noon and keeping to the shade. General advice is to use eye protection, sunscreen and cover up.
Winds will be south around 9 km/h in the morning increasing to northeast around 18 km/h in the afternoon.
Details for the next six days:
Tuesday, September 14: Mostly sunny. Min – 20. Max – 31.
Wednesday, September 15: Mostly sunny. Min – 19. Max – 29.
Thursday, September 16: Sunny. Min – 17. Max – 27.
Friday, September 17: Mostly sunny. Min – 18. Max – 28.
Saturday, September 18: Partly cloudy. Min – 19. Max – 27.
Sunday, September 19: Partly cloudy. Min – 18. Max – 28.