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Polar blast coming with frost and snow this weekend

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Minimum temperatures on Sunday

Temperatures are set to plummet this weekend, as shown by this forecast for minimum temperatures on Sunday (11 April). Image: BOM.

Shake out the winter coats and scarves, a blast of Antarctic air will cross the ACT and southern NSW this weekend that will see temperatures plummet and may even bring our first frosts of the year on Monday morning (12 April).

Daytime temperatures could drop by up to 10 degrees Celsius as a double-whammy polar blast from two cold fronts crosses the region from today (9 April) and into the weekend.

Frosts are forecast in the Canberra region on Monday morning, and the first falls of snow are also expected in the Snowy Mountains, although the strongest snowfalls are predicted in the Victorian Alps.

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