While we are all still a bit in shock with this cold that has decided to pop up out of nowhere… here is what we are in for over the next few days
This morning, we were hit with temperatures in single digits... and that is going to hang around for the next few days.
Sydneysiders have been told to prepare for the coldest days of the year.
The Bureau of Meteorology forecasts minimums of 9 degrees on the coast, reaching down to 6 degrees in Penrith and 4 degrees in Campbelltown.
On Sunday, the minimum in Campbelltown is also predicted to drop as low as 1 degree.
Across the city, Sydney is set to drop to just 7 degrees on Sunday.
Tomorrow morning, people in the Blue Mountains are predicted to wake up with a big frost and a low of -1 degree.
It may be icy cold, but the wind-chill factor will thankfully be low.
It was just over a year ago that we saw a massive amount of snow being dumped across the state after a cold snap similar to this weekend.
According to the forecast, it doesn’t look like we will see a repeat of last year.
Following through to Monday, temperatures will also be low, but there is only a 40 per cent chance a of rain forecast.