Wagga is bracing for a wintry blast this week.
A high pressure system is to blame for the chilly conditions as the city prepares to shiver through one of its coldest weeks so far this year.
The minimum temperature for Monday morning was -1.2 degrees Celsius at 6.30am and the mercury is tipped to drop to -2 on Thursday night as a cold front hits the region, according to Bureau of Meteorology technical officer Robbie Lennard.
The maximum for Monday is forecast to be 13C.
The average minimum temperature for this month is 2.8 degrees Celsius, which is 0.9 degrees cooler than the long-term June average.
The average maximum temperature for this month is 14.1, which is 0.3 degrees above the long-term average.
We’ve had 13 frosts in June – the average is 11, and eight foggy mornings, which is two above the monthly average.
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