New Australian record: Minus 13 degrees – the coldest it’s ever been in April!

Minus 13 degrees – the coldest it’s been in April

http://www.weatherzone.com.au
April 29, 2009

A new Australian record was set early this morning, a temperature of minus 13 degrees, at Charlotte Pass on the Snowy Mountains.

A few other locations set April low temperature records also. In Tasmania Lake Leake was as cold as minus six, Sheffield and Dover both reached minus one and Flinders island got to zero. Hobart had its coldest April night in 46 years, recording a low of 1.7 degrees, seven below average.

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2 Responses to “New Australian record: Minus 13 degrees – the coldest it’s ever been in April!”

  1. Dr Reese

    Climate change is brutal. We are seeing more highs, lows and more intense droughts and cyclonic storms that in recorded modern history. Unfortunately the media has glommed onto “warming” but as we has just witnessed there are intense cold periods ie OZ — Charolette’s Pass. PS I’ve been to the Pass in the winter and by heavens it is COLD!
    Cheers, Dr Reese

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