Sydneysiders should enjoy today's pleasant weather as a spell of cold, wet and windy weather is due to set in tomorrow.
The coldest pair of days since October are forecast to hit Sydney, with temperatures set to reach 19 and 20 degrees. However the mercury is likely to sit around 17 for the majority of each day.
Strong winds and showers are expected in eastern parts of Sydney. Winds will gust above 60 km/h and could even reach 80km/h on late Friday or early Saturday. Western parts of Sydney will be fresh and gusty at times with just a few showers.
This miserable weather will be caused by a cold front combining with an east coast low pushing a cold air mass over Sydney.
The worst of the weather is set to pass by Saturday afternoon with warmer temperatures due on Sunday with lighter winds and the chance of a morning shower. For the beginning of next week showers are forecast to clear with the mercury rising to the mid twenties.
© Weatherzone 2013
22:22 EDT A cyclone and potential cyclone are expected to bring heavy rain to north Queensland and the Gulf country in coming days.