While the start of the week started off with a sizzle, keen fringe goers can expect absolute perfect conditions as they soak up what expects to be a mega month in Adelaide.
While many parts of the state felt the affects of the 38°C on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will provide some heat relief for those in metro areas, with a top of 27°C accompanied by light southwesterly winds, ranging from 25 to 35 km/h during the day.
However, the Bureau of Meteorology have said there will be an elevated fire danger on Tuesday with extreme fire danger warnings issues for the Eastern Eyre Peninsula, the mid north, the Riverland and Murraylands.
The Riverland will see some of the hotter weather with Renmark expected to record 40°C on Tuesday, before dropping to 28°C on Wednesday.
But from Thursday onwards, you will be able to bask in all the suns glory with a top of 27°C predicted by the Bureau of Meteorology.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday will all reach 30°C with nothing but clear skies for keen fringe goers, but hydration will be key in making sure you are able to enjoy both your shows and the garden at their full potential.