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Melbourne families planning backyard parties, picnics in gardens or just wanting to head to the beach for a barbecue on Christmas Day can breathe a sigh of relief: the festive forecast has arrived and it predicts a pleasant spray of sunshine on the big day.

While the city is set to swelter through another sudden burst of heat on Tuesday, with a top of 36 degrees, a cool change in the afternoon will deliver thunderstorms and pull temperatures into the 20s, where they are set to hover all the way to Christmas Day.

Mr King said once the cool change moved in from the west about 5pm it was predicted temperatures would drop – and remain – in the 20s all week. Mr King said there was a chance the city would be hit with rain, wild thunderstorms and heavy hail. By Christmas Eve on Sunday, a maximum of 23 degrees is forecast with some showers during the morning. On Christmas Day, a sunny day is forecast with a maximum of 24 degrees predicted. Melbourne families planning backyard parties, picnics in gardens or just wanting to head to the beach for a barbecue on Christmas Day can breathe a sigh of relief: the festive forecast has arrived and it predicts a pleasant spray of sunshine on the big day.

Melbourne families planning backyard parties, picnics in gardens or just wanting to head to the beach for a barbecue on Christmas Day can breathe a sigh of relief: the festive forecast has arrived and it predicts a pleasant spray of sunshine on the big day. While the city is set to swelter through another sudden burst of heat on Tuesday, with a top of 36 degrees, a cool change in the afternoon will deliver thunderstorms and pull temperatures into the 20s, where they are set to hover all the way to Christmas Day.

Melbourne families planning backyard parties, picnics in gardens or just wanting to head to the beach for a barbecue on Christmas Day can breathe a sigh of relief: the festive forecast has arrived and it predicts a pleasant spray of sunshine on the big day.

While the city is set to swelter through another sudden burst of heat on Tuesday, with a top of 36 degrees, a cool change in the afternoon will deliver thunderstorms and pull temperatures into the 20s, where they are set to hover all the way to Christmas Day.

Mr King said once the cool change moved in from the west about 5pm it was predicted temperatures would drop – and remain – in the 20s all week. Mr King said there was a chance the city would be hit with rain, wild thunderstorms and heavy hail. By Christmas Eve on Sunday, a maximum of 23 degrees is forecast with some showers during the morning. On Christmas Day, a sunny day is forecast with a maximum of 24 degrees predicted. Melbourne families planning backyard parties, picnics in gardens or just wanting to head to the beach for a barbecue on Christmas Day can breathe a sigh of relief: the festive forecast has arrived and it predicts a pleasant spray of sunshine on the big day.

Melbourne families planning backyard parties, picnics in gardens or just wanting to head to the beach for a barbecue on Christmas Day can breathe a sigh of relief: the festive forecast has arrived and it predicts a pleasant spray of sunshine on the big day. While the city is set to swelter through another sudden burst of heat on Tuesday, with a top of 36 degrees, a cool change in the afternoon will deliver thunderstorms and pull temperatures into the 20s, where they are set to hover all the way to Christmas Day.