Hold on to your beanies, another big burst of winter is on the way

Hold on to your beanies, another big burst of winter is on the way

Hold on to your beanies, another big burst of winter is on the way South-eastern Australia has had a freezing couple of days and it is not over yet with more wintry weather on the way this weekend. Key points: - This week's bitterly cold conditions are set to be followed by a wet and windy weekend for much of the south and east - It is not currently looking quite as bad as some models predicted earlier in the week - The north of the country meanwhile is balmy with temperatures well above average It has been bitterly cold across the south-east, after a strong cold front ploughed across the continent on Tuesday bringing a band of rain, strong winds, and much colder temperatures in its wake. Then clear conditions overnight brought widespread sub-zero temperatures Thursday morning. But attention quickly turned to South Australia, where a low and trough that had already brought heavy rain to Western Australia earlier in the week brought another wet and cold burst, and temperatures struggled to make it into the double digits. The …
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