There's still a bit of summer weather around, with hot conditions predicted to make a comeback in the next few days.
Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra are set for some unseasonal weather, with a low-pressure trough bringing hot air from inland Australia, according to Nine News.
- Adelaide could reach over 30C for five days in a row from Saturday, which has not happened in April for 11 years.
- In Sydney, temperatures today are in the high 20s, with it close to 30C in the west. There will be a bit of smoke about on the weekend due to hazard reduction burns in the south and southwest, with daily temperatures sitting around the 27C to 30C mark.
- Temperatures are also expected to be on the way up in Melbourne with it peaking on Sunday, with it sitting in the high 20s and low 30s for the start of next week.