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Sydney Set To Endure 35 DEGREES Summer Temperature By The Weekend

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Sydney Set To Endure 35 DEGREES Summer Temperature By The Weekend

Sydney could see daytime temperatures in excess of 35 degrees on the weekend, as the city warms up for an unseasonably hot spring and a scorching summer.

A low pressure trough is forming over Western Australia as winds converge, bring heat with it as it passes over the country towards the Eastern Seaboard.

Hot weather is likely to persist until early Sunday afternoon when a cold front brings temperatures back down from a peak of over 30 degrees in most areas.

Sydney could see daytime temperatures in excess of 35 degrees on Saturday, as the city warms up for an unseasonably hot spring (pictured is a beachgoer at Bondi)

The hot weekend weather is expected to peak on Sunday before returning to normal during the week (pictured are beachgoers at Bondi)

A low pressure trough moving from Western Australia is bringing warm weather with it (pictured is the Saturday temperature forecast)

Sydneysiders are warming up for a scorching weekend with the mercury set to hit 35 degrees (pictured are beachgoers at Bondi)

The same low pressure trough will see cooler weather in the southern part of Western Australia and South Australia.

Weatherzone’s Graeme Brittain said the warm weekend coming up is a sign of things to come.

‘Our models indicate higher than average minimum and maximum temperatures,’ he said.

‘This means we will be seeing a hotter spring than usual for most of eastern and southeastern Australia.

Weatherzone forecasts say their models are predicting a warmer than average spring in Sydney (pictured are beachgoers at Bondi)

This spring could see unseasonably hot temperatures across the eastern seaboard (pictured are beachgoers at Bondi)

‘On the other hand, the southern parts of Western Australia and South Australia will have a cooler than average September, returning to the average in October.’

Forecasters say this could be a sign of an even hotter summer to come, if the trend towards heat continues to build through the end of November.

Low pressure troughs like the one bringing the heat to Sydney this weekend are common throughout spring and summer.

FIVE DAY FORECAST: WEATHER AROUND AUSTRALIA

SYDNEY  

Wednesday: Min 10, Max 20. Mostly sunny.

Thursday: Min 10, Max 23. Mostly sunny.

Friday: Min 12, Max 26. Mostly sunny.

Saturday: Min 14, Max 27. Mostly sunny.

Sunday: Min 18, Max 29. Mostly sunny.

BRISBANE: 

 Wednesday: Min 16, Max 26. Mostly sunny.

Thursday: Min 15, Max 26. Mostly sunny.

Friday: Min 16, Max 28. Late shower.

Saturday: Min 16, Max 32. Mostly sunny.

Sunday: Min 19, Max 34. Mostly sunny.

ADELAIDE 

Wednesday: Min 8, Max 23. Mostly sunny.

Thursday: Min 12, Max 21. Mostly sunny.

Friday: Min 9, Max 24. Mostly sunny.

Saturday: Min 14, Max 21. Late shower. 

Sunday: Min 10, Max 16. Possible shower. 

 DARWIN 

Wednesday: Min 22, Max 34. Mostly sunny.

Thursday: Min 23, Max 34. Mostly sunny.

Friday: Min 23, Max 34. Mostly sunny.

Saturday: Min 23, Max 33. Mostly sunny. 

Sunday: Min 23, Max 33. Mostly sunny. 

MELBOURNE 

 Wednesday: Min 6, Max 19. Mostly sunny.

Thursday: Min 11, Max 22. Mostly sunny.

Friday: Min 11, Max 19. Most sunny.

Saturday: Min 11, Max 21. Showers.

Sunday: Min 11, Max 17. Possible shower.

 CANBERRA 

 Wednesday: Min -2, Max 18. Frost then sunny.

Thursday: Min 0, Max 22. Frost then sunny.

Friday: Min 6, Max 24. Mostly sunny.

Saturday: Min 3, Max 25. Mostly sunny.

Sunday: Min 8, Max 19. Possible shower.

 PERTH 

Wednesday: Min -1, Max 13. Frost then sunny.

Thursday: Min 5, Max 16. Possible shower.

Friday: Min 3, Max 16. Mostly sunny.

Saturday: Min 2, Max 15. Showers. 

Sunday: Min 4, Max 13. Clearing shower. 

HOBART 

Wednesday: Min 10, Max 19. Mostly Cloudy.

Thursday: Min 9, Max 20. Late Shower.

Friday: Min 10, Max 19. Mostly sunny.

Saturday: Min 9, Max 20. Showers. 

Sunday: Min 9, Max 20. Possible shower. 

 Source: Weatherzone

Darwin is set for highs in the mid-30s, cooling down to 33 on the weekend. Brisbane is moving in the opposite direction, with a high of 34 on Sunday.

Hobart temperatures are expected to remain steady from Wednesday to Sunday, while Perth will be cooler than average, with a high of 16 on Thursday and Friday.

A low pressure trough is moving from west to east and bring warm weather to Sydney (pictured are beachgoers at Bondi)

Sunday (pictured) will see relief for Sydneysiders as a cold front moves in and brings temperatures down in the afternoon

Melbourne will be mostly sunny during the week with showers moving in on the weekend, and a high of 22 on Thursday.

Adelaide will cool down from a Friday maximum of 24 and a late shower is expected for Saturday.

The nation’s capital is in for largest temperature variations, mostly sunny on Saturday with a minimum of 3 and a maximum on 25.

The hot weather will peak on Sunday afternoon before a cold front moves in (pictured are beachgoers at Bondi)

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