Many record-breaking freezes in Australia

Much of southern Queensland has woken up to a very chilly start.

Applethorpe fell to -3.8C (25F) this morning, the coldest temperature recorded in all of Queensland this late in spring since 1984.

Oakey also plunged into freezing territory, -2.1C (28F), its coldest temperature this late in spring in 36 years. Likewise, Warwick hit -2.1C (28F), its coldest late spring temperature in 26 years of records.

The Gold Coast recorded its coldest late spring temperature in 28 years of records and its 2nd coldest of all springs on record, dropping down to 8.0 degrees. Brisbane Airport followed suit, dropping to a brisk 7.0 degrees, its coldest temperature this late in spring in 26 years.

https://www.eldersweather.com.au/news/record-breaking-freeze-in-queensland/532581

https://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/record-breaking-freeze-in-queensland/532581

Thanks to Laurel ina Australia and Stephan Meijer in New Zealand for these links


4 thoughts on “Many record-breaking freezes in Australia”

  1. and now for a few days..its supposed t get near 30c in some spots in east states
    it felt warm today
    it was a measly 17c

  2. Late winter in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Early winter in the northern hemisphere. I must sell my rare earths project before the “climate change” house-of-cards collapses!

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