After the coldest two consecutive June days in 23 years, Adelaide looks to be returning to near usual June temperatures.
Yesterday Adelaide just missed out on reaching 11 degrees, making it their coldest June day since 1999. They also closed off their wettest consecutive two June days in seven years with 63mm. This has brought Adelaies June total to above 100mm making it their wettest June since 2005.
A cold airmass combined with persistent cloud cover over the last couple of days to produce the very chilly conditions.
Today patchy cloud and cool southwesterly winds are bringing a few showers although less than 5mm is expected before tomorrow morning. Temperatures wont quite reach the June average of 15 degrees today but conditions are improving.
During the next few days a high moves over SA causing scattered showers to ease in Adelaide before clearing early next week. This will allow temperatures to reach near average where they should remain until the end of the week.
© Weatherzone 2012
17:01 EST Sydney's offshore Sea Surface Temperatures (SST's) have remained above 21 degrees for the last four days.