North Plateau Weather: Bureau of Meteorology predicts snow above 1100 meters | L’Express Armidale



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Despite the record hot weather we experienced in August, a cold front is setting in and the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) teases us with the prospect of snow-capped landscapes on Tuesday. Over the northern plateaus, it should be cloudy with an 80% chance of showers, most likely in the morning. Snow is expected to fall above 1,100 meters as temperatures drop from highs of 17-22 degrees on Monday to 9-12 degrees in the region on Tuesday. Also read: There is a risk of a thunderstorm on Tuesday morning with northerly winds of 25 to 40 km / h, turning west and increasing to 30 to 45 km / h. Nighttime temperatures will drop to between 3 and 12, with daytime temperatures reaching between 9 and 17. The BoM has issued a warning to sheep herders for the northern plateaus, central plateaus, southern plateaus, northern slopes. Where is & ; Plains, slopes of the center-west &; Forecast Districts of Plains, Southwest Slopes, Riverina, Upper Western, Upper Western, Snowy Mountains and Australian Capital Territory. There is a risk of loss of lambs and sheep exposed to rain, downpours and cold southwest winds. Related Reading: In Armidale, there is a low of three degrees expected tonight and a high of 12 degrees on Tuesday, while Guyra will only climb to a high of nine degrees all day. In Glen Innes, the nighttime temperature will drop to 4 degrees and the day will peak at 10 degrees. After cold starts at five degrees, Tenterfield and Inverell will be the hottest places tomorrow on the sets with highs of 12 and 13, respectively. Snow hunting is not permitted during containment. New England Police are reminding everyone to stay home unless they are going shopping, attending medical appointments, or exercising. Masks must be worn at all times outdoors. Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:




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