AUSTRALIA: Record cold hits the tropics

Record cold hits the tropics

http://www.weatherzone.com.au
July 18, 2009

Temperatures have plummeted across Queensland during the past three days causing frost to spread well north into the tropics.

Clermont in the Central Highlands plummeted to minus three degrees on Saturday morning, 10 degrees below their July average and the towns coldest night on record. Sub zero temperatures even spread as far north as Mt Isa, their coldest night in seven years. Even mild coastal areas have dropped to single figures over the past few nights with Rockhampton recording a minimum of just three on Saturday morning, colder than any night in central Sydney for more than 20 years.

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One Response to “AUSTRALIA: Record cold hits the tropics”

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