The highest expected temperature tomorrow is 23, which is three degrees lower than today’s max.
Warmer conditions are expected on three of the next six days, with the mercury climbing above today’s maximum on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The chance of rain tomorrow is 60 per cent.
Showers are less likely Tuesday when the Bureau of Meteorology forecasts a medium (40 per cent) chance of rain.
The UV index is predicted to be 12. There is an extreme risk of harm from sun exposure. Unprotected skin can burn within minutes in today’s conditions. Experts suggest looking for shade and avoiding sun exposure around noon. General advice is to take all precautions such as using eye protection, sunscreen and covering up.
Winds will be south around 21 km/h in the morning increasing to south around 23 km/h in the afternoon.
Details for the next six days:
Monday, December 27: Mostly cloudy. Showers. Fresh S’ly winds Min – 18. Max – 23.
Tuesday, December 28: Mostly cloudy. Possible shower. Fresh S’ly winds Min – 17. Max – 23.
Wednesday, December 29: Partly cloudy. Clearing shower. SW/SE winds Min – 17. Max – 25.
Thursday, December 30: Mostly sunny. NW winds tending NE Min – 17. Max – 27.
Friday, December 31: Mostly sunny. NW winds tending fresh NE Min – 18. Max – 29.
Saturday, January 1: Mostly sunny. Fresh N/NE winds Min – 20. Max – 29.