Queensland has just shivered through it’s coldest night of the year with many places dipping below 0c.
Many places woke to a wonderland of white and many people had to clear the ice off their cars before going to work this morning.
After the last few winters being mild, this winter has returned with a vengance, being the coldest for many years. Brisbane Airport got down to a bone chilling 4.0c this morning.
Below are just a few places that went to 0c or below – These places are to the north and west of Brisbane
Northern NSW didnt escape either with Glen Innes dropping to an icy -10.0c
The nights are set to get warmer now with a warming tend as the weather is set to change to a more wet pattern over the weekend.
Story by Sunshine Coast Weather for WeatherWatch.co.nz
on 4/07/2012 7:38am
Invercargill having the third coldest minimum today of -5.4 C behind Greymouth and Queenstown. Meanwhile here in Northland our max was 17.5 C. 😉
on 4/07/2012 2:10am
Lol, why ‘Southland’ like? Any central areas of NZ can have temps like that quite often or even worse!!
on 4/07/2012 4:13am
Because at a latitude of 46 degrees south Southland is only slightly less nearer to Antarctica than Tierra del Fuego. Hence to the rest of NZers it is an icebox.