Bureau of Meteorology warns of unsettled conditions across the weekend

Foggy conditions greeted Hastings residents on Friday morning. Photo: Nicholas Kocis.
Foggy conditions greeted Hastings residents on Friday morning. Photo: Nicholas Kocis.

The Bureau of Meteorology is currently monitoring a system which is likely to deliver a weekend of variable and potentially dangerous weather to New South Wales and the ACT.

A strong front is expected to trigger elevated fire dangers ratings (including severe) in sections of NSW on Saturday, September 15.

It will also result in significantly above average temperatures for this time of year for sections of northern and eastern NSW.

The temperature across the Hastings on Saturday is expected to tip 29 degrees on the coast and deliver clear and sunny conditions.

There is the possibility of severe thunderstorms across parts of northeast NSW.

On Sunday, September 16, the front will produce a major temperature drop that is likely to see many maximums drop from the high 20s and 30s, to the teens and low 20s.

The Hastings is likely to return to a cooler day with a top of 19 degrees and a minimum of 8 overnight.

Foggy conditions greeted Hastings residents on Friday morning. Photo: Nicholas Kocis.

Foggy conditions greeted Hastings residents on Friday morning. Photo: Nicholas Kocis.

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