Sydney is looking at its warmest weather since May as temperatures climb into spring-like territory this week.
The temperature across the city will reach the mid twenties on Wednesday and Thursday. This is likely to be the warmest days Sydneysiders have had since early May, when the city hit 29 degrees.
However, a cold front will push across the city on Thursday evening, bringing an end to the warmth.
This may come as frustrating news to some residents, with the warmest days occurring in the middle of the working week. This is the second time it's happened in a fortnight.
Friday and the weekend will be around five degrees cooler, with tops of about 20 degrees and mostly sunny skies. Despite the temperature drop, it's still looking like a great weekend to spend outdoors.
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17:01 EST Sydney's offshore Sea Surface Temperatures (SST's) have remained above 21 degrees for the last four days.