The Bureau’s ACT grazier’s alert seems to say it all:
A cold front will bring COLD, WET and WINDY conditions Wednesday.
Yesterday’s note on the weather explains all the different sorts of cold wet and windy piling upon us:
A trough of low pressure is moving through South Australia and is dragging moisture down from the centre of the continent into a developing rain band that will move across the region today. A cold front in the Bight will cross the region on Wednesday bringing cold, windy and showery conditions, falling as snow above 1200 metres on the ranges. A high pressure system will move over the southeast of the continent in the wake of the change bringing a return to fine days and cold frosty nights from Thursday into the weekend.
But at least the days are getting longer and the blossom is starting to come out.