Coldest September morning EVER for six SA towns

The coldest town in South Australia on Wednesday morning was Yunta, east of Port Augusta, where a low of -3.2C was recorded just after 6am.

Elsewhere, Murray Bridge woke up to a bitter -3.1C, while Snowtown, Kingscote and Kadina were sitting at -2.3C, -2.2C and -1.7C respectively.

Strathalbyn, southeast of Adelaide, couldn’t escape the cold either with a low of -0.2C.

For all six towns, it was the coldest morning recorded in September.

https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/coldest-september-morning-ever-for-six-sa-towns-but-dust-storm-on-the-way/news-story/422cf7ea23c27a2571ffae112c422a1f

Thanks to Laurel for this link

“Bloody chilly in Vic too,” says Laurel. “Ice 3ft off the ground at 10pm and I’ve had newly shot chestnut seedlings frost-burnt 4ft off ground in styrofoam boxes! ;-(( “


2 thoughts on “Coldest September morning EVER for six SA towns”

  1. truly a whacky week here in Vic. mon tues was frosts as reported
    wed night was mild at around 6c
    today we had warm nth galeforce winds( ahead of an unusual stheasterly )cold change pushing over..and its around 16c outside tonight
    what eventuates is pretty much guesswork for us all. rain would be nice though.

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