A hot coffee and some winter woollies will come in handy over the next few days as the Bundaberg Region shivers down to 10 degrees.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, a wintery blast is impacting much of eastern Australia with the cold front causing strong winds and below-average temperatures.
The Bundaberg Region's mercury is set to drop from tomorrow to a minimum of 11 degrees, with Friday expected to get down to a low of 10.
A BOM spokesperson said winter winds would make the temperature feel even cooler.
“Much of southern and eastern Australia is currently being impacted by a strong cold front and associated low pressure system,” the spokesperson said.
“Temperatures have dropped significantly with the front as cold air moves up from south of the country.
“Strong winds have made the ‘feels like' temperature much lower.”
More rain on the way for Bundaberg Region in winter
The cool weather comes after the Bundaberg Region experienced above average rainfall for the month of May, recording 223.4 mm.
During the same time last year only 7.4mm of rain fell for the entire month.
A BOM spokesperson said high rainfall totals would continue over the next few months.
“Winter (June to August) rainfall is likely to be above median for much of Australia, with eastern and central regions very likely to exceed the median,” the spokesperson said.