How crazy was the weather on Friday?
Parade was out and about in Bathurst during the day and while it was a bit windy, it was definitely T-shirt and shorts weather.
The weather had peaked at 26 degrees by midday and so after enjoying the sunny outdoors, Parade decided to spend the rest of the days indoors.
Come 6pm that evening as he headed out to buy some dinner, however, he wasn't prepared for the weather.
The mercury had dropped to just six degrees and with the windy chill factor, it felt like two degrees, according to the Bureau of Meteorology's weather statistics.
It seems like the weather can't make up its mind - is it still winter or will it embrace spring?
Well the upcoming forecast looks like it'll still have a bit of that winter chill, with the mercury dropping done to zero on Monday and -3 on Tuesday and Wednesday, while hitting a high of 11 on Monday, 16 on Tuesday and 18 on Wednesday.
With a high of 23 forecast for Friday though, maybe spring is starting to develop.
Keep the live videos up please
If you follow the Panorama Football Club page on Facebook, you might've been flooded with notifications for the club starting live videos on Sunday.
Panorama started streaming live videos on the day for the club's semi-finals matches, with commentary and a scoreboard included too.
While Parade wasn't able to keep up to date with all the finals action taking place at Proctor Park in Bathurst District Football on Sunday, he was able to watch a few matches.
Hopefully this initiative from Panorama will be embraced by all the other local Bathurst soccer clubs in the next two weeks of finals and into the future.
With all this technology available, it shouldn't be too hard to whip out a phone and to start recording but it might be a bit taxing on the arms.
Parade remembers watching the Bathurst Bulldogs grand finals a couple of weeks ago and that was a great, as they managed to stream live videos on Facebook for all five grand finals.