Despite some relieving rain last Friday, it is set to be another dry week with cooler temperatures sticking around.
According to www.weatherzone.com.au, there will be a 40 per cent chance of less than 1ml of rain on Friday and Sunday, with frost predicted for Thursday morning and a foggy weekend ahead.
Monday had the highest temperature for the week, with a top of 19 degrees, with a chilly low of 1 predicted for Thursday morning.
It doesn’t get much warmer throughout the week, with highs of 18 degrees on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and 16 degrees on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Lows ranging from 1 to 4 degrees throughout the week means winter is well and truly here.
Last Friday, May 11 marked the highest rainfall for the month of May, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
9.6mm fell throughout the day and night on Friday, followed by 7.8mm on Saturday before things dried up on Sunday.
A total of 20.4mm has fallen this month.