Looks like this Indian Summer should roll on more or less uninterrupted until about the middle of next week, aside from a weak, showery cold front brushing through Southern Victoria on Good Friday.
ACCESS and GFS seem to be putting us on notice for what lies ahead of the current 7-10 day outlooks, with the remnants of the tropical low that's been bringing record cold to the poor folks in Darwin likely to head our way, which may bring useful autumn rainfall to Victoria.
GFS also has the next potentially major winter storm for 2017 lined up and ready to roll across Southern Ocean, which may tap into tropical system and make things even more interesting around this time next week! Worth keeping an eye on...
Tomorrow I'm off to Corryong for Easter. Looking forward to some delightful autumnal conditions in the Upper Murray and elsewhere across Northern/Northeast Victoria and Southern/Southeast NSW/ACT, with cold, possibly foggy and frosty mornings, and mild to warm, mostly sunny afternoons. Hope it's enough to bring out a kaleidoscope of autumn colours!