Griffith's suburbs have begun bursting with colour, as the trees eagerly start putting on their first few blossoms in the lead up to Spring on September 7.
Thoughts of winter have been banished by an unseasonably warm week, with highs of up to 28 degrees in and around Griffith predicted for Thursday.
However Weatherzone meteorologist Kim Westcott said a sudden wind change will see a return to cold weather, with cloudy skies and a top of 16 expected for Friday and Saturday.
"You should prepare two changes of clothes: summers clothes and winter clothes," she said.
Those attending the 2019 Terra Ag Cup would be well-advised to wrap up, as windy conditions are expected for much of Saturday.
Mrs Westcott predicts the sun will come out on Sunday, but says the cold winds and scattered showers are expected to continue on until Tuesday - when the winds will settle down and the weather will warm up.
Overall Mrs Westcott said it's been noticeably warmer than the long-term average in Griffith and throughout NSW in general.
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