100+year cold records broken in Australia

Parts of southern Australia see their lowest back-to-back minimums this late in the year in more than a century.

Monday morning was the coldest morning this late in the year in more than 25 years in Kingscote (0C), more than 15 years at Robe (0.8C) and 14 years at Stenhouse Bay (8.3C).

Further east, Victoria’s Rutherglen dipped to -2.1Cs on Sunday and -0.9C on Monday,  well below their October average low of six degrees. It was also the first pair of mornings below zero C this late in the year on record. Records date back more than a century, to 1913.

https://www.eldersweather.com.au/news/cold-october-mornings-in-parts-of-sa-vic/530422

Thanks to Laurel for this link

 

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October 28, 2019 at 02:43PM

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