The big freeze is not over, with yet another bitter cold front about to sweep Australia just in time for the weekend.
Temperatures are set to plummet almost 10 degrees in some states, with frost replacing the mild Spring-like conditions parts of Australia have been basking ins.
Melbourne is forecast to see temperatures drop by 8 degrees in just 24 hours on Sunday.
But South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania are expected to feel the brunt of a series of cold fronts in coming days, with the first expected to hit in the west this afternoon and move steadily across the country.
On the upside, the cold snap is expected to bring more good snow falls to ski fields, with an estimated 14 centimetres set to fall on NSW’s Perisher Valley over the weekend.
In Victoria, the winter blast could see more than 19 centimetres dump at Falls Creek, with a further 25 centimetres by early next week.
Before the cold front hits spring-like conditions look likely to remain in some parts of the country.
It will be another warm day for Brisbane with 25 degrees on the way and 22 degrees in Sydney.
Darwin will experience a top of 31 degrees while Adelaide will reach 19 degrees.
It will top 16 today in Melbourne and Hobart while. It will be overcast in Perth with the temperatures reaching 17 degrees.
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