The only hint winter is just a handful of weeks has been a drop in night-time temperatures.
The mercury will range from 14-17 degrees for the next three nights, while day-time temperatures will range from 23-27 degrees.
Showers are predicted for both Friday and Saturday with easing/possible showers on Sunday.
While the UV index has dropped from its extreme rating to moderate-high along the coast, humidity levels are relatively high ranging from 70-85 per cent.
Records were broken in Forster-Tuncurry on April 14 when it recorded the highest April temperature of 32.5. The previous high of 30 degrees was recorded on April 12, 2006.
Further inland, Stroud also recorded its highest April temperature with a top of 31.2 degrees on April 9. the previous high of 30.5 degrees also was recorded on April 12, 2006.
The average temperature across the Great Lakes for the month has been 26.9 degrees.
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