Parts of the Northern Territory have experienced new record lows for April in several places.
At 6:00am the temperature at Middle Point, 66 kilometres south-west of Darwin, was down to 13.1 Celsius, making it the coldest April temperature ever recorded at the site.
The temperature in Alice Springs was a chilly 1.7C overnight, making it fractionally above its coldest-ever recorded April temperature of 1.4C.
Bureau of Meteorology acting senior forecaster Billy Lynch said he expected April records in several parts of the Top End overnight.
Thanks to Zoltan Galambos in Australia for this link
Love reading your blog. Shame the mainstream media don’t keep track as well as you do.