Sydney To Swelter In Early Summer Weather Before Cool Change
After a hot and still night last night, we've woken up this morning to a warm morning ahead of some unseasonably hot weather in Sydney.
However, it's expected to cool off by tomorrow when a powerful front will cross the state.
Temperatures reached 33 degrees at Maroubra, Bondi and Manly yesterday.
With the warmer weather the beaches were swarmed with people trying to escape the heat, resulting in over crowding around beach car parks.
The mercury in the city is expected to hit 35 degrees, while Richmond and Penrith will experience a top of 36 degrees.
There is a slight chance of showers in the city later in the day, with the chance of thunderstorms in the south of the state.
By tomorrow the temperature will drop 14 degrees and Wednesday and Thursday are expected to be much the same, sunny and partly cloudy, with temperatures of 23 degrees.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Jordan Notara said, “There will be a drop in temperature by Tuesday with the cold front moving across the state and out over the waters and past Sydney.”
Terrey Hills–33 Richmond–36