Sydney shivers through coldest September morning in 17 years

Sydney shivers through coldest September morning in 17 years

http://www.weatherzone.com.au
September 1, 2012

On the first day of spring it was shivering cold in Sydney, with the city experiencing its coldest September morning in 17 years.

This makes it the coldest morning of the year, and the coldest start to spring in 45 years.

Both Canberra Airport and Goulburn also experienced their coldest September nights on records, plummetting to -6.8 degrees and -7.4 degrees respectively.

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Bureau of Meteorology says Sydney set for a cold, cold, weekend

Bureau of Meteorology says Sydney set for a cold, cold, weekend

http://www.heraldsun.com.au
August 10, 2012

…But the cold snap is not all bad news, producing the heaviest snowfalls so far this winter over the southern ranges.

“Fresh snow over the past two days has averaged around 20cm across downhill ski resorts, the heaviest snowfall in over a month,” The Weather Channel’s senior meteorologist Tom Saunders said.

“The higher slopes of Perisher have received the most snow with around 50cm but lower resorts and slopes have only picked up about 10cm.”

Perisher Resort recorded its highest snow depth reading since 2004…

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Western Sydney – coldest summer on record

Sydney’s record cool weather to continue

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au
February 15, 2012

WESTERN Sydney is experiencing its coldest summer on record thanks to cloud and rain associated with the La Nina weather cycle.

Tom Saunders, senior meteorologist at The Weather Channel, said Penrith had experienced average maximum temperatures of 26.2C, while Parramatta recorded an average of 24.6C.

Blacktown hit an average 25C.

Meanwhile, Sydney was only able to record an average 24.6C, putting it on track for the coldest summer since 1953.

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Sydney finally cracks 30 degrees!

Sydney finally cracks 30 degrees

http://www.smh.com.au
January 30, 2012

Sydney has just ended its longest summer spell below 30 degrees in 15 years, weatherzone.com.au reports.

After a 60-day break, Sydney has finally reached 30 degrees, ending the longest summer run below 30 since 1996/97. In that summer there were 61 consecutive days below 30 degrees.

The record number of consecutive summer days below 30 degrees is 90, set in 1952/53. During that summer, not one day reached 30 degrees.

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Australia: Record cold September in the east

Melbourne endures coldest month in 16 years

http://www.weatherzone.com.au
September 30, 2010

Melbourne has had its coldest September in 16 years, with only one day this month above 20 degrees, according to weatherzone.com.au.
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Adelaide finally thawing after coldest September in 18 years

http://www.weatherzone.com.au
September 30, 2010

Warmer days ahead will provide Adelaide residents with a good thawing out after enduring their coldest September in 18 years, according to weatherzone.com.au.
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Sydney’s coldest September in five years

http://www.weatherzone.com.au
September 30, 2010

After their coldest winter in 13 years Sydney residents have just experienced their coldest September in five years, according to weatherzone.com.au.
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Sydney shivers through its coldest morning in 61 years

Sydney shivers through its coldest morning in 61 years

http://www.weatherzone.com.au
June 30, 2010

Sydney-siders have woken to yet another day of icy air, with the city recording its coldest June morning in 61 years.

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Sydney’s Coldest October in 17 years

Sydney’s Coldest October in 17 years

http://www.Weatherzone.com.au
October 31, 2009

…Based on maximum temperatures and averaging 21.4 degrees, we have now seen our coldest October in 17 years…

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Australia: Cold weather smashes records

Cold weather smashes records

http://www.weatherzone.com.au
June 11, 2009

A bumper start to the ski season, Canberra frozen, snow over the Melbourne hills, widespread severe frost and records are falling.

The cold snap is abating slowly, but not before a final icy sting that has seen records fall across the southeast in the last 24 hours. Frost under clear skies last night was severe in much of the inland, notably Canberra’s -5.8 degrees this morning, their coldest for June in nine years.

Yesterday, Thredbo reached a high of -6.4 degrees, the coldest maximum recorded in New South Wales for 31 years. Last night, Cabramurra’s minimum fell to a 12 year low of -6.8 degrees. Coastal locations also felt the cold with Montague Island’s mercury levelling out at three degrees last night, their coldest June night in 37 years.

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Where did Sydney’s summer go?

Where did Sydney’s summer go?

http://www.weatherzone.com.au
February 12, 2009

About one week after western suburbs endured its hottest four-day heatwave in 37 years; Sydney is likely to be heading for it coolest February period in more than 50 years.

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