Brr, it’s cold in here…
According to the weather bureau, those hoping for a respite from chilly temperatures won’t get any until the weekend. Parts of southern Oz (including NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Tassie) have been shivering through frosty mornings and sub-zero ‘feels like’ temperatures in recent days as a blast of polar air makes its way up from Antarctica. And despite sunny skies during the day, the lack of cloud cover has meant any daytime heat has evaporated once night falls. “It’s been very cold for this time in May,” meteorologist Helen Kirkup said. Meanwhile, rain and storms are forecast in Western Oz over the coming days as a series of cold fronts make their way in from the Indian Ocean. Sounds like the winter woollies are here to stay…
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