WAGGA people have been told to pull out their jumpers as a cool change is expected to set in.
The Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster Richard Carlyon said the city has received 25 millimetres of rain overnight. He said the showers are expected to continue throughout the morning, becoming less likely in the late afternoon.
The bureau has forecast a top of 22 degrees today, but the temperature is expected to return to the high 20s over the next two-days.
However, Mr Carlyon said people should not expect constant high temperatures.
"We are seeing a slightly stronger cold fronts moving through, pushing the hot air further north and bringing some cooler weather from the south and average temperatures," he said.
"The low temperatures look like it will be settling in for this week and we aren't going to see the high temperatures return.
"If they do, we are not likely to see them high for long periods."
Mr Carlyon said the lower temperatures was not unusual for the end of April.
"Normally, April is the month to see a large drop off. It is a transitional month," he said.
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