South Australia’s summer sun has finally arrived – just in time for the first weekend of the season.
After a prolonged wet and cold spring, the Bureau of Meteorology predicts maximum temperatures of 33°C on Saturday and 34°C on Sunday.
However, a change in southerly winds will see the heat subsiding throughout the week, with a high of 25C for Monday.
The warmer climates are welcome to the organizers of The Moseley Beach Club, which opens Saturday on the Glenelg waterfront.
“We look forward to highlighting Glenelg and our beautiful beaches in South Australia,” said Director Luke Donaldson.
The European-style bar has become a popular summertime addition to the bay since its launch in 2017.
Beachgoers will also be pleased to learn that SA saw perhaps its worst storms in November as conditions appear to be easing towards the holiday season.
A sunny Christmas is currently on the horizon for South Australians, after braving wet and wild conditions at the end of October and into November.
Originally published as Adelaide Weekend Weather Forecast: Hot Sunny Conditions Return, But Will They Last?