Forecast for Melbourne, issued 31st October, 4pm

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 31st October, 4pm.

Tonight : Rain and isolated thunderstorms developing later this evening.  Rainfall  2 – 5 mm

Thursday : Areas of rain at first tomorrow, tending to scattered showers with local thunder.  Possible hail tomorrow afternoon and evening.

Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later.

Rainfall 15 – 20 mm         Min 11  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny. Light to moderate E/SE winds.

Min 12  Max 21

Saturday : Fine, mild to warm and partly cloudy, light to moderate E/NE winds.

Min 15  Max 23

Sunday : Warm and mostly fine. Showers and thunderstorms developing about the nearby hills. Light to moderate NE winds. Afternoon bayside seabreezes.

Min 17  Max 26

Monday : Warm and unsettled, humid with showers and thunderstorms later in the day . Light to Moderate NE winds, with afternoon bayside seabreezes.   Rainfall 2 – 6mm

Min 17   Max 27

Tuesday : Warm and humid, showers and afternoon thunderstorms tending to rain overnight.  Moderate NE winds, shifting cooler SW in the afternoon.   Rainfall 2 – 6 mm      Min 18   Max  28

Wednesday : Rain and thunderstorms, with possible heavy falls, and cooler change, moderate to fresh SW winds developing.

Rainfall 20 – 30 mm      Min  17   Max 23

Thursday : Cool and cloudy with showers, easing later. Moderate to fresh W/SW winds.    Rainfall   2 – 5 mm

Min 12   Max 20

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. An upper level low has formed in the bight and is interacting with a low pressure trough that stretches across the country from Tasmania through Perth and into the Indian Ocean. Rain will become more widespread from the west overnight and on Thursday morning, scattered showers in the west of the state. there will also be local thunderstorms and hail in the afternoon and evening from Central areas through to Gippsland.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Friday, quickly clearing for fine conditions and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Tuesday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established. Locally heavy rainfall is likely to develop on Tuesday and Wednesday for Victoria.

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Forecast for Melbourne, issued 31st October, 5am.

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 31st October, 5am.

Wednesday : Very warm and cloud increasing,  showers and storms developing later tending to areas of rain and thunderstorms overnight.  Light to moderate NE winds, afternoon seabreezes near the coast.  Rainfall 2 – 6  mm

Min  18  Max 32

Thursday : Rain and local thunderstorms easing to a few showers later. Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later.

Rainfall 8 – 14 mm         Min 11  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny. Light to moderate E/SE winds.

Min 12  Max 21

Saturday : Fine, mild to warm and partly cloudy, light to moderate E/NE winds.

Min 15  Max 23

Sunday : Warm and unsettled. Showers and thunderstorms developing about the nearby hills. Light to moderate NE winds. Rainfall 2 – 5mm

Min 17  Max 26

Monday : Warm and unsettled, humid with showers and thunderstorms. Moderate NE winds. Rainfall 2 – 6mm

Min 17   Max 27

Tuesday : Warm and humid, showers and afternoon thunderstorms tending to rain overnight.  Moderate NE winds, shifting cooler SW in the afternoon.   Rainfall 2 – 6 mm      Min 16    Max  27

Wednesday :  Rain and thunderstorms and cooler change, moderate to fresh SW winds developing.

Rainfall 10 – 15 mm      Min  17   Max 23

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. An upper level low has formed in the east coast trough near Central QLD border of NSW. This will move South on Tuesday, bringing widespread shower and thunderstorm activity to QLD, NSW, Vic and Eastern SA. By Tuesday and Wednesday the trough will trigger unsettled and humid conditions from Nth QLD all the way down to Western Victoria, before a late change enters from the west.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Thursday, quickly clearing for fine conditions on Friday and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Tuesday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established.

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 30th October, 4pm.

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 30th October, 4pm.

Tuesday : Warm, humid and becoming cloudy, showers and thunderstorms developing, mainly in the eastern areas. Moderate NE wind. Rainfall 1 – 3mm

Min 14  Max 28

Wednesday : Areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms developing overnight.  A cooler SW change developing.  Rainfall 3 – 7 mm

Min  16  Max 27

Thursday : Rain and local thunderstorms easing to a few showers later. Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later.

Rainfall 8 – 14 mm

Min 9  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny. Light to moderate E/SE winds.

Min 12  Max 23

Saturday : Warm, humid and possible late afternoon showers. Moderate NE winds. Rainfall 1 – 4 mm

Min 15  Max 24

Sunday : Warm and unsettled. Showers and thunderstorms developing about the nearby hills. Light to moderate NE winds. Rainfall 2 – 5mm

Min 17  Max 27

Monday : Warm and unsettled, humid with showers and thunderstorms. Moderate NE winds. Rainfall 2 – 6mm

Min 17   Max 27

Tuesday : Warm and humid, showers and afternoon thunderstorms tending to rain overnight.  Moderate NE winds, shifting cooler SW in the afternoon.   Rainfall 2 – 6 mm      

Min17  Max 27

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. An upper level low has formed in the east coast trough near Central QLD border of NSW. This will move South on Tuesday, bringing widespread shower and thunderstorm activity to QLD, NSW, Vic and Eastern SA. By Tuesday and Wednesday the trough will trigger unsettled and humid conditions from Nth QLD all the way down to Western Victoria, before a late change enters from the west.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Thursday, quickly clearing for fine conditions on Friday and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Tuesday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established.

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 29th October, 4pm.

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Forecast for Melbourne, issued 29th October, 4pm.

Tuesday : Warm, humid and becoming cloudy, showers and thunderstorms developing, mainly in the eastern areas. Moderate NE wind. Rainfall 1 – 3mm

Min 14  Max 28

Wednesday : Areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms developing late afternoon.  A cooler SW change developing.  Rainfall 6 – 10mm

Min  16  Max 27

Thursday : Early rain easing to a few showers, clearing later. Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later.

Rainfall 5 – 8 mm

Min 9  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny. Light to moderate E/SE winds.

Min 12  Max 23

Saturday : Warm, humid and possible late afternoon showers. Moderate NE winds. Rainfall 1 – 2 mm

Min 15  Max 24

Sunday : Warm and unsettled. Showers and thunderstorms developing. Light to moderate NE winds. Rainfall 2 – 5mm

Min 17  Max 26

Monday : Warm and unsettled, humid with showers and thunderstorms. Moderate NE winds. Rainfall 2 – 6mm

Min 17   Max 27

Tuesday : Warm, humid and partly cloudy with showers and afternoon thunderstorms. Moderate NE winds.

Rainfall 1 – 5 mm      

Min17  Max 27

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. An upper level low has formed in the east coast trough near Central QLD border of NSW. This will move South on Tuesday, bringing widespread shower and thunderstorm activity to QLD, NSW, Vic and Eastern SA. By Tuesday and Wednesday the trough will trigger unsettled and humid conditions from Nth QLD all the way down to Western Victoria, before a late change enters from the west.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Thursday, quickly clearing for fine conditions on Friday and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Tuesday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established.

Updated Forecast for Melbourne, issued 29th October, 10am

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Updated Forecast for Melbourne, issued 29th October, 10am.

Monday : Fine and Sunny, light winds.

Min 9  Max  25

Tuesday : Warmer, humid and becoming cloudy, showers and thunderstorms developing, mainly in the eastern areas. Moderate NE wind. Rainfall 1 – 3mm

Min 14  Max 28

Wednesday : Areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms developing late afternoon.  A cooler SW change developing

Rainfall 6 – 10mm

Min  16  Max 27

Thursday : Early rain easing to a few showers, clearing later. Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later.

Rainfall 5 – 8 mm

Min 9  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny. Light to moderate E/SE winds.

Min 12  Max 23

Saturday : Warm, humid and late afternoon showers. Moderate NE winds

Min 15  Max 28

Sunday : Warm and unsettled. Showers and thunderstorms developing. Light to moderate NE winds.

Min 17  Max 28

Early trend for Cup weekend: Warm on Saturday and Sunday, showers Monday and Tuesday and becoming colder.

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. A moist onshore flow is evident in QLD, and a weak trough lies over the Top End.  A high pressure system is moving into the Tasman Sea. Moisture is increasing from the North East NT and QLD, and is being forced into the interior of the country. This has activated the inland trough, and will move South.

Conditions will begin to become more humid from Monday onwards, with a transition like phase beginning. On Monday, a broad low pressure trough stretching from North Qld into NSW will begin to accumulate moisture whilst heading slowly South. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will begin to spread South, and humidity will increase. By Tuesday and Wednesday the trough will trigger unsettled and humid conditions from Nth QLD all the way down to Western Victoria, before a late change enters from the west.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Thursday, quickly clearing for fine conditions on Friday and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Tuesday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established.

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 28th October, 4pm

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Forecast for Melbourne, issued 28th October, 4pm

Monday : Fine and Sunny, light winds.

Min 9 Max  25

Tuesday : Warmer, humid and becoming cloudy, showers and thunderstorms developing, mainly in the western areas. Moderate NE wind. Rainfall 1 – 3mm

Min 14  Max 28

Wednesday : Areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms, increasing later  A cooler SW change developing.

Rainfall 6 – 10mm

Min  16  Max 27

Thursday : Cool and cloudy with a few showers, clearing later. Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later. Rainfall 1 – 5mm

Min 9  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny. Light to moderate E/SE winds.

Min 12  Max 23

Saturday : Warm, humid and late afternoon showers. Moderate NE winds

Min 15  Max 28

Sunday : Warm and unsettled. Showers and thunderstorms developing. Light to moderate NE winds.

Min 17  Max 28

Early trend for Cup weekend: Warm on Saturday and Sunday, showers Monday and Tuesday and becoming colder.

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. A moist onshore flow is evident in QLD, and a weak trough lies over the Top End.  A high pressure system is moving into the Tasman Sea. Moisture is increasing from the North East NT and QLD, and is being forced into the interior of the country. This has activated the inland trough, and will move South.

Conditions will begin to become more humid from Monday onwards, with a transition like phase beginning. On Monday, a broad low pressure trough stretching from North Qld into NSW will begin to accumulate moisture whilst heading slowly South. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will begin to spread South, and humidity will increase. By Tuesday and Wednesday the trough will trigger unsettled and humid conditions from Nth QLD all the way down to Western Victoria, before a late change enters from the west.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Wednesday, quickly clearing for fine conditions on Thursday and Friday and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Monday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established.

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 28th October, 6am

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Forecast for Melbourne, issued 28th October, 6am

Sunday : Becoming fine and sunny after early drizzle, light winds.

Min 8  Max 21

Monday : Fine and Sunny, light winds.

Min 9 Max  25

Tuesday : Warmer, humid and becoming cloudy, showers and thunderstorms developing, mainly in the western areas. Moderate NE wind.

Min 14  Max 28

Wednesday : Areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms, with some heavy falls possible in western parts, easing to scattered showers.  A cooler SW change developing late morning.

Min  16  Max 27

Thursday : Cool and cloudy with a few showers, clearing later. Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later.

Min 9  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny. Light to moderate E/SE winds.

Min 12  Max 23

Saturday : Warm, humid and unsettled. Moderate NE winds

Min 15  Max 28

Early trend for Cup weekend: Warm on Saturday and Sunday, showers Monday and Tuesday and becoming colder.

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. A moist onshore flow is evident in QLD, and a weak trough lies over the Top End.  A high pressure system is moving into the Tasman Sea. Moisture is increasing from the North East NT and QLD, and is being forced into the interior of the country. This has activated the inland trough, and will move South.

Conditions will begin to become more humid from Monday onwards, with a transition like phase beginning. On Monday, a broad low pressure trough stretching from North Qld into NSW will begin to accumulate moisture whilst heading slowly South. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will begin to spread South, and humidity will increase. By Tuesday and Wednesday the trough will trigger unsettled and humid conditions from Nth QLD all the way down to Western Victoria, before a late change enters from the west.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Wednesday, quickly clearing for fine conditions on Thursday and Friday and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Monday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established.

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 27th October, 4pm

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Forecast for Melbourne, issued 27th October, 4pm

Sunday : Becoming fine and sunny after early drizzle, light winds.

Min 8  Max 21

Monday : Fine and Sunny, light winds.

Min 9 Max  25

Tuesday : Warmer, humid and becoming cloudy, showers and thunderstorms developing, mainly in the western areas. Moderate NE wind.

Min 14  Max 28

Wednesday : Areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms, with some heavy falls possible in western parts, easing to scattered showers.  A cooler SW change developing late morning.

Min  16  Max 23

Thursday : Cool and cloudy with a few showers, clearing later. Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later.

Min 9  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny. Light to moderate E/SE winds.

Min 12  Max 23

Saturday : Warm, humid and unsettled. Moderate NE winds

Min 15  Max 28

Early trend for Cup weekend: Warm on Saturday and Sunday, showers Monday and Tuesday and becoming colder.

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. A moist onshore flow is evident in QLD, and a weak trough lies over the Top End.  A high pressure system is moving into the Tasman Sea. Moisture is increasing from the North East NT and QLD, and is being forced into the interior of the country. This has activated the inland trough, and will move South.

Conditions will begin to become more humid from Monday onwards, with a transition like phase beginning. On Monday, a broad low pressure trough stretching from North Qld into NSW will begin to accumulate moisture whilst heading slowly South. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will begin to spread South, and humidity will increase. By Tuesday and Wednesday the trough will trigger unsettled and humid conditions from Nth QLD all the way down to Western Victoria, before a late change enters from the west.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Wednesday, quickly clearing for fine conditions on Thursday and Friday and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Monday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established.

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 27th October, 7am

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Forecast for Melbourne, issued 27th October, 7am

Saturday : Cool and cloudy with isolated showers, more frequent in the East, clearing by lunch, moderate to fresh SW/S winds easing later. Rainfall 1 – 3 mm  

Min 8  Max 17

Sunday : Becoming fine and sunny after early drizzle, light winds.

Min 8  Max 19

Monday : Fine and Sunny, light winds.

Min 9 Max  25

Tuesday : Warmer, humid and becoming cloudy, showers and thunderstorms developing. Moderate NE wind.

Min 14  Max 28

Wednesday : Areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms, with some heavy falls possible in western parts, easing to scattered showers.  A cooler SW change developing late morning.

Min  16  Max 23

Thursday : Cool and cloudy with a few showers, clearing later. Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later.

Min 9  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny.

Min 12  Max 23

Early trend for Cup weekend: Warm on Saturday and Sunday, showers Monday and Tuesday and becoming colder.

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. A moist onshore flow is evident in QLD, and a weak trough lies over the Top End.  A strong and vigourous Sw flow is developing in eastern Victoria,and will move NE into Southern NSW tonight. Moisture is  increasing from the North east NT and QLD, and is being forced into the interior of the country. This has activated the inland trough, and will move South.

Conditions will begin to become more humid from Monday onwards, with a transition like phase beginning. On Tuesday, a broad low pressure trough stretching from North Qld into NSW will begin to accumualte moisture whilst heading slowly South. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will begin to spread South, and humidity will increase. By Tuesday and Wednesday the trough will trigger unsettled and humid conditions from Nth QLD all the way down to Western Victoria, before a late change enters from the west.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Thursday, quickly clearing for fine conditions on Friday and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Monday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established.

Forecast for Melbourne, issued 26th October, 4pm

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Forecast for Melbourne, issued 26th October, 4pm

Tonight : Scattered showers, local hail and thunder, tending to rain at times through the Eastern and SE areas. Cool with moderate to fresh SW winds.

Saturday : Cool and cloudy with isolated showers, more frequent in the East, clearing by lunch, moderate to fresh SW/S winds easing later. Rainfall 1 – 3 mm  

Min 8  Max 17

Sunday : Becoming fine and sunny after early drizzle, light winds.

Min 8  Max 19

Monday : Fine and Sunny, light winds.

Min 9 Max  25

Tuesday : Warmer, humid and becoming cloudy, showers and thunderstorms developing. Moderate NE wind.

Min 14  Max 28

Wednesday : Areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms, with some heavy falls possible in western parts, easing to scattered showers.  A cooler SW change developing late morning.

Min  16  Max 23

Thursday : Cool and cloudy with a few showers, clearing later. Moderate to occasionally fresh SW winds, easing later.

Min 9  Max 18

Friday : Fine, mild to warm and becoming sunny.

Min 12  Max 23

Early trend for Cup weekend: Warm on Saturday and Sunday, showers Monday and Tuesday and becoming colder.

Notes on the Weather :

A lingering low pressure trough is meandering over much of the Northern and Central part of Australia. A moist onshore flow is evident in QLD, and a weak trough lies over the Top End.  A strong and vigourous Sw flow is developing in eastern Victoria,and will move NE into Southern NSW tonight. Moisture is  increasing from the North east NT and QLD, and is being forced into the interior of the country. This has activated the inland trough, and will move South.

Conditions will begin to become more humid from Monday onwards, with a transition like phase beginning. On Tuesday, a broad low pressure trough stretching from North Qld into NSW will begin to accumualte moisture whilst heading slowly South. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will begin to spread South, and humidity will increase. By Tuesday and Wednesday the trough will trigger unsettled and humid conditions from Nth QLD all the way down to Western Victoria, before a late change enters from the west.

Cooler conditions will prevail following the passage of the front in Victoria on Thursday, quickly clearing for fine conditions on Friday and into the early part of the weekend. Conditions will be warm and become increasingly humid before a very large system develops on the Monday of Cup Weekend, with rain and colder weather becoming established.