It was another foggy and frosty morning that greeted residents today.
The Bureau of Meteorology forecasts a maximum of 10 degrees Celsius and mostly sunny for the rest of the day.
However, for Sunday and Monday, BOM forecasts fog again and minimums of -2 and -1 degrees Celsius, respectively.
From Tuesday until Friday, residents may find some relief with the lowest minimum being 3 degrees Celsius.
For anyone struggling with this morning's #wintry blast the bad news is those #temperatures will be around for a few days yet. The full guide for #NSW is here https://t.co/4wo7GEkgXj but as a hint, there are a lot of low single & minus minimums, and not just where you may expect— Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales (@BOM_NSW) July 14, 2018
Meanwhile, Wagga Police Superintendent Bob Noble advised motorists to exercise caution.
“Being the school holidays, I’d encourage all motorists to be extremely careful. There’s a lot of ice on roads and thick fogs this morning – that’s likely to prevail over the next few days.
Speaking with media at the Wagga station on Friday, Superintendent Noble said motorists should leave extra time for their journeys.
“They need to slow down because if they don’t, there’s every chance they’re going to be involved in serious accidents,” he said.
“Think about the conditions and allocate extra time.”
As for flights this morning, two scheduled Qantas flights from Wagga to Sydney this morning are currently delayed.
QF2220 and QF2222 were scheduled for 6.30am and 9.45am, respectively, but are delayed until 11am and 12.55pm.
The BOM offices – including the Wagga field station – were unavailable for comments today.
Earlier in the week, Bruce Copplestone, technical officer at Wagga’s Bureau of the Meteorology, said the week’s forecast is below the month average.
To stay updated with the latest weather and any weather warnings, visit the BOM website.