World Snow possible for parts of West, meteorologists forecast
Perth smashes 20-year rain record while Australia cops icy winds
A cold front is sweeping across the south-east with hazardous wind conditions to hit New South Wales on Wednesday while Victoria and Tasmania will see icy cold temperatures and even hail. © Provided by Daily Mail ( © Provided by Daily Mail ( Weatherzone meteorologist Craig McIntosh told Daily Mail Australia the rain in WA would ease up over the next few days but would return with the next front on Friday. 'There's been quite a lot of rain in Perth so flooding is possible overnight but there's a low chance,' he said.
Ais forecast to see some high elevation this weekend with the arrival of cooler temperatures.
While heavy precipitation, the National Weather Service (NWS) said that a strong cold front would bring rain and some high elevation snow to the Northwest, even as a widespread is possible from the Great Basin into the Northern and Central Plains.
"A strong storm system will bring heavy rain and even some high elevation snow to the Pacific Northwest/Northern Rockies this weekend. While this rain will be beneficial for a region that has seen hot/dry conditions this summer, isolated instances ofwill be a concern," the Weather Prediction Center tweeted on Thursday.
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With the fall season beginning next week,that there will be some "high-country snow in British Columbia and the with the storm from Friday to Sunday" and that the jet stream pattern could amplify to the point to allow cooler air and moisture to "bring the first snow of the season to portions of the Rocky Mountains from and into , northern and northern and central by early next week."
"If things pan out the way we believe from Sunday night to Monday evening, then snow levels could dip to 6,500 feet from Montana to Colorado," AccuWeather senior meteorologist Brett Anderson said in a post on the site.
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The region has seenfrom the summer's life-threatening that in June and grown in the Yakima Valley and the Northwest in late June and early July.
The NOAA National Centers for Environmental Informationthat summer 2021 had essentially tied 1936 for the warmest summer on record.
"During(June-August), the average temperature for the Lower 48 was 74.0°F, 2.6°F above average, nominally eclipsing the extreme heat of the Dust Bowl in 1936 by nearly 0.01°F and essentially tying 1936 for the warmest summer on record," the agency wrote.
Temperatures in Montana and Colorado – which have remained in the 80s and 90s – will see a significant shift, Anderson wrote, with dips "10 [to] 20 degrees below average, and widespread rain showers are likely where it doesn't snow."
The cooler conditions are projected to aid thousands of wildland firefighters who are currently battling 77 largeand complexes, .
Where to see snow in Tasmania on Saturday as temperatures plummet to single digits .
It will be a return to winter on Friday, with the Bureau of Meteorology predicting temperatures to drop down to single digits and a flurry of snow that will cover the ground in some parts of the state overnight.The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) says a snow line will start at about 800 metres, lowering down to about 100 metres in the afternoon.