COOL CHANGE: Noosa wakes up to a chilly Sunday morning
THE start of May has brought with it a crispy drop in the temperatures across the Noosa region.
Those who were up early to enjoy the Sunday morning, experienced the cool change with temperatures in Tewantin dropping below the 10 degrees mark just after 6am.
Senior Meteorologist with Bureau of Meteorology Dr Adam Morgan said these were unusually cold temperatures for early May.
"This is a very strong and wide cold outbreak across the South East," he said.
"Maximum temperatures are 8-14 degrees below average."
The rest of the week shouldn't be as chilly with Noosa's minimum temperatures between 15 to 17 degrees expected for the upcoming week.
Possible showers are expected on Tuesday and then later in the week.