Wednesday 29 June 2022 04:36 AM Australia weather: Record-breaking rain to hit Northern Territory as Sydney, ... trends now

Wednesday 29 June 2022 04:36 AM Australia weather: Record-breaking rain to hit Northern Territory as Sydney, ... trends now
Wednesday 29 June 2022 04:36 AM Australia weather: Record-breaking rain to hit Northern Territory as Sydney, ... trends now

Wednesday 29 June 2022 04:36 AM Australia weather: Record-breaking rain to hit Northern Territory as Sydney, ... trends now

Aussies are in for an uncomfortable week as record-breaking rain partners up with freezing temperatures with some areas set to shiver through -6C temperatures.

Residents in NSW, Victoria, ACT and Tasmania can expect the current morning chill to hang around heading into next week, alongside a record-breaking rain event.

Large parts of the four southern states were subject to 'feels like' temperatures of -3C on Wednesday morning with Victoria and NSW's alpine regions plummeting to 'feels like' temperatures below -6C.

South Australians, South NT residents and central West Australians will also feel the cold on Thursday morning with large areas to suffer through 'feels like' temperatures ranging from 0C to -3C.

Alice Springs residents, who usually enjoy scorching summers, will see temperatures plummet between -3C to -6C.

Temperatures will continue to plummet across central and southern Australia this week with morning 'feels like' temperature set to reach -6C in mountainous regions (pictured, a map of temperatures this weekend)

Temperatures will continue to plummet across central and southern Australia this week with morning 'feels like' temperature set to reach -6C in mountainous regions (pictured, a map of temperatures this weekend)

NSW residents could catch a break from the cold next Tuesday with morning 'feels like' temperatures sitting between 3C and 12C (pictured, Sydney)

NSW residents could catch a break from the cold next Tuesday with morning 'feels like' temperatures sitting between 3C and 12C (pictured, Sydney)

Morning 'feels like' temperatures are set to stay low heading into this weekend across central and southern Australia (pictured, the 'feels like' temperatures for 7am on Friday)

Morning 'feels like' temperatures are set to stay low heading into this weekend across central and southern Australia (pictured, the 'feels like' temperatures for 7am on Friday)

Thankfully the morning cold is forecast to ease by 10am each day with average 'feels like' temperature across central and southern Australia sitting between 3C and 9C.

NSW residents are forecast to catch a break from the morning cold next Tuesday with 'feels like' temperatures sitting between 3C and 12C around the state.

Residents in mountainous NSW, Victoria, and Tasmania regions are set to see snow down to 1000m on Thursday with 2cm to 5cm forecast.

For those heading to the ski slopes this weekend visibility is forecast to be fair on Friday, improving on Saturday and excellent on Sunday. 

Residents in mountainous NSW, Victoria, and Tasmania regions are set to see snow down to 1000m on Thursday with 2cm to 5cm forecast (pictured, Thredbo)

Residents in mountainous NSW, Victoria, and Tasmania regions are set to see snow down to 1000m on Thursday with 2cm to 5cm forecast (pictured, Thredbo)

The visibility on the ski slopes this weekend is forecast to be fair on Friday, improving on Saturday and excellent on Sunday (pictured, Thredbo)

The visibility on the ski slopes this weekend is forecast to be fair on Friday, improving on Saturday and excellent on Sunday (pictured, Thredbo)

Meanwhile a record-breaking wet weather system began forming in the Northern Territory on Wednesday morning, Sky News reported.

That weather system is forecast to begin moving southwest into southeast Queensland from Wednesday afternoon, heading into Thursday.

Light snow is forecast to fall down to 1000m on Thursday in NSW, Victoria, and Tasmania (pictured, Katoomba)

Light snow is forecast to fall down to 1000m on Thursday in NSW, Victoria, and Tasmania (pictured, Katoomba)

An unseasonable rain system is set to bring record-breaking rainfall to the Northern Territory, Queensland and New South Wales from Wednesday

An unseasonable rain system is set to bring record-breaking rainfall to the Northern Territory, Queensland and New South Wales from Wednesday 

The rain will continue to get heavier throughout the day on Thursday as it

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