We’ll endure an abrupt transition back to winter on Tuesday, with falling temperatures and some snowflakes around.
Officials are bracing for the highest wildfire risk seen in Sydney and surrounding areas, as a state of emergency is in effect.
Temperatures fall into the 30s during the day tomorrow after highs near 70 this afternoon.
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Little or no snow accumulation is expected, but the sudden change in weather will come as shock.
Nearly 400 cold temperature records may be set through midweek as a true Arctic air mass settles in.
The coldest air of the season so far takes hold Wednesday.
The long holiday weekend ends with temperatures in the 60s.
Another cold front sends Tuesday temperatures plummeting once again, setting the stage for a very cold and windy Wednesday.
Temperatures won't be as cold as they were last night, but still colder than average for this time of year.
Yellow jackets are angry, aggressive and nasty in fall. And there is a good reason.
Most of the long holiday weekend is looking good.
Bush fires have scorched large parts of New South Wales and parts of southeastern Queensland, and it's not even summer yet in Australia.
The high water fits into an erratic pattern now becoming the norm with our changing climate.
A small chance for snow on Tuesday has now become remote.
Suburbs could spend 10 or more hours below freezing Friday night. Conditions will turn slowly milder through the weekend.
Record cold is possible from the Great Lakes to the Gulf Coast. Temperatures will sink to levels 15 to 30 degrees colder than normal.
Wind calms tomorrow, then it's decent to wrap up the long weekend Sunday and Monday.
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Wind chills may dip to the teens in some spots tomorrow morning. They might only rise into the 30s, with actual afternoon highs in the 40s.
The core of the cold will hit the Midwest on Veterans Day and hit the East Coast on Tuesday into Wednesday.