Cold change on the way for south east

A cold change is on the way for parts of Australia's south east today after an unseasonably warm day yesterday.

A front and troughs are generating gusty winds, showers and highland snow in parts of New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania.

The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a strong Wind Warning for the Eden Coast with temperatures expected to dip a couple of degrees since yesterday.

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Sydney will stay relatively warm although today's maximum will be 5C below yesterday with a top of 21C and minimum of 14C.

The city's temperatures peaked at 24.2C yesterday – more than double the average for August.

Strong winds are also expected across Victoria today with gale warnings for Central Gippsland Coast and East Gippsland Coast.

A strong wind warning has also been issued for the West Coast and Central Coast of the state.

Canberrans will get a rude shock with a minimum of 4C today after it hit its highest temperature of the month yesterday.

Onshore winds around high pressure ridges are bringing showers to eastern Queensland, southern South Australia and southwest Western Australia.

The highs are keeping elsewhere mostly clear and settled.

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