#AceNewsReport – June.07: If you have any winter clothes left in the cupboard, it is time to get them out: Jonathan How from the Bureau of Meteorology is not mincing his words about what the weather has in store for us this week:
#AceWeatherDesk – BOM Report: Warns to brace for wintry week of wind, rain and snow: It’s really looking like a multi-state, multi-hazard event for millions of Australians — a bit of a rude shock to the system.” The last significant snowfall event for northern NSW and southern Queensland was back in 2015.” ….While these falls are not expected to be quite as dramatic as 2015, snow melt can bring about delayed flooding, so keep on top of those warnings, even after the system is expected to clear off Friday and into Saturday. Kindness & LoveX❤️ says be safe Friends, Followers & Readers Amen 🙏’s
It’s starting off in South Australia and western Victoria today as a vigorous cold front sweeps through.
It is set to reach Adelaide through to western Victoria this afternoon and to reach Melbourne and Hobart in the wee hours of the morning.Youtube The weather bureau issues a severe weather update.
The front is expected to bring rain showers, thunderstorms and small hail, making it a good time to check all the windows are thoroughly shut and forget about doing the washing.
By Tuesday and Wednesday the front will be pushing up through New South Wales and Queensland, bringing heavy falls.
But the front is only the beginning.
In its wake will be an icy blast and a coastal low that will drive daily rainfall totals of between 50 and 100 millimetres from Wednesday.
While it does not meet the criteria for an East Coast Low, Mr How did not rule out one forming.
Regardless of its label, this low is set to pack plenty of punch.
Southern and eastern-facing slopes are most at risk, with the potential for riverine, flash flooding and even blizzard conditions.
Bring on the snow
Snow is expected down to 900 metres in South Australia from Tuesday before icing the Grampians in Victoria and Central Highlands in Tasmania.
Heavy falls are expected over the alpine regions just in time for the start of ski season this weekend.
The snow is then expected to make its way north, dusting the Blue Mountains and Central and Northern Tablelands in NSW.
The hills around Canberra can also expect a coating.
The best chance for snow in Queensland is overnight Wednesday into Thursday across the Darling Downs.
“For Queensland, it certainly is quite unusual but not unheard of,” Mr How said.
“They generally only see snow every two to three years.
West also expecting a wet week
Another low is deepening off Western Australia, this time fuelled by tropical moisture.
Wind and showery rain is expected from Wednesday, with high winds expected Wednesday and Thursday as the system pushes through the South West.
Luckily, it looks like the worst of the weather will stay offshore but swells are expected to be up.
Keep up to date with weather warnings via ABC Emergency and rug up properly if you are brave enough to venture outside. Youtube The BOM’s 2021 winter outlook
#AceWeatherDesk report ……Published: Jun.07: 2021:
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