A high pressure system is expected to bring another cold morning across Australia’s southeast today.
Another cold morning is also set to follow for the southeast tomorrow.
Temperatures will warm into the end of the week, as cloud builds ahead of the next cold front.
Mostly sunny weather is forecast for Adelaide, with the temperature to drop to 5 degrees Celsius, with a high of 14.
Melbourne residents will see cloudy skies, while shivering through a low of 4 degrees. Temperatures will reach a top of 13 later in the day.
Australian Capital Territory
In Canberra, the mercury will plunge just below freezing â€“ -1 degree Celsius â€“ before climbing to 14 degrees.
Rain will descend on a comparatively warmer Sydney today, with the temperature spanning 12 to 17 degrees Celsius.
There’s also a chance of fog in New South Wales for large areas east of the Great Dividing Range.
Falling temperatures will bring the chance of frost along the ranges.
Yesterday, low temperatures, light winds and moisture in the air led to the formation of low cloud and fog across the state.
Visibility across large areas of NSW, particularly the Riverina district, was reduced.
Sunshine is predicted for Perth, with a low of 8 degrees and a balmy high of 23.
It comes after a decaying cold front and low pressure trough triggered thunderstorms over Perth yesterday morning.
About 2300 strikes fell within 50km of the city. Around 150 of these were ground strikes.
Tasmania is set for cloudy weather, with temperatures falling as low as 2 degrees Celsius, before climbing to a max of 13.
Brisbane can expect some clouds, but residents won’t be forced to endure the cooler temperatures of their southern neighbours.
The mercury will reach a top of 22 degrees and fall to 13.
Darwin will also see some clouds and a pleasant low of 22. The heat will ramp up a little later in the day, to a sweat-inducing high of 33 degrees.
Reported with Weatherzone.