According to forecasters at the Bureau of Meteorology, Young and Southern NSW are likely to receive the highest falls of rain where as the rest of the southern mainland can expect a dry start to spring with rainfall expected to be below average.
“August rainfall is likely to be below average for the southern half of mainland Australia, with the highest chances over southern NSW,” a BOM climatologist said.
Climatologists also said Young and southeastern Australia can expect a greater than 80 percent chance of warmer than average days and nights coming into spring.
Cockatoos playing in the rain over south Young pic.twitter.com/plYayOERFv— Bec Hewson (@bec_hewson) August 7, 2017
“August in particular has a very high likelihood of warmer days nationwide, with most of the country having a greater than 80 percent chance of warmer than average days,” a BOM climatologist said.
Tuesday Young can expect morning fog and a frost with a low of -2 with a high of 12. Wednesday is predicted to be sunny with a morning frost with a minimum of -3 and high of 14.