Australia wakes to a deep freeze
May 16, 2011
The temperatures of Sydney’s western suburbs fell below freezing today as the run of extremely cold mornings continued across much of south-eastern Australia.
The past two mornings in Sydney (measured at Observatory Hill) have fallen to just 7 degrees, the coldest conditions since last winter, Alex Zadnik, meteorology team leader at weatherzone.com.au said.
The average minimum temperature so far this month in Sydney is running at 10.5 degrees, 1 degree below the May average.