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The coldest morning of the year has hit Melbourne, with temperatures falling to 3.2 degrees and the & # 39; feeling like temperature & # 39; with 0.8

Brrrr! Frosty explosions and clear skies see temperatures drop to just 3.2 ° C while the coldest morning of the year hits Australia (and it feels even cooler!)

  • The temperature in Melbourne dropped to 3.2 degrees on Wednesday morning
  • Experts say that clear skies and freezing cold winds caused the cold explosion at night
  • Temperatures dropped to 0.2 ° C in the outskirts of Scoresby and 1 ° C in Laverton
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The coldest morning of the year has hit Melbourne, with temperatures falling to 3.2 ° C and the & # 39; feeling like temperature & # 39; at 0.8 ° C.

Michael Efron, meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology, explains clear skies and freezing cold winds at night caused the cold explosion in the city.

& # 39; We have seen quite a bit of fog in the Yarra Valley, but not so much in the west, where clouds have made for a fairly mild morning in Geelong (at least 7.3C), & # 39; he told 2 GB.

Temperatures became as low as 0.2C in the outskirts of Scoresby, 1C in Laverton and -0.3C in Coldstream.

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The coldest morning of the year has hit Melbourne, with temperatures falling to 3.2 degrees and the & # 39; feeling like temperature & # 39; with 0.8

The coldest morning of the year has hit Melbourne, with temperatures falling to 3.2 degrees and the & # 39; feeling like temperature & # 39; with 0.8

Tullamarine Airport in Melbourne dropped to -0.8 ° C earlier this morning and Viewbank saw temperatures of just 0.4 ° C.

& # 39; Interestingly, there has been cloud cover in the west, which means it is relatively mild in the Geelong region & # 39 ;, Mr. Efron said.

& # 39; Everywhere west of Melbourne up to the Surf Coast it has had a cloud blanket – it only dropped to 7.3C in Geelong. & # 39;

Weather zone Meteorologist Brett Butschae told Daily Mail Australia that a cold front delivered relatively dry air.

& # 39; Last night we had fairly clear air and they developed under a growing high pressure system that emerged after a cold front, & # 39; he said.

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& # 39; The most important addition was bringing dry, colder air, which made this more unusual lately.

Weatherzone said Wednesday night will cool down fairly quickly, as the sky is generally clear in the evening

Weatherzone said Wednesday night will cool down fairly quickly, as the sky is generally clear in the evening

Weatherzone said Wednesday night will cool down fairly quickly, as the sky is generally clear in the evening

Butschae said that Wednesday night will cool down fairly quickly, because the sky is still generally clear in the evening.

& # 39; It will & # 39; Cloudy at night and the wind will pick up a bit in some parts of Melbourne, & he said.

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It is expected that on Thursday it will not be that cold, with a low of 5 ° C for the morning.

WEATHER FORECAST IN YOUR CITY

Sydney

Wednesday: Low 9, High, 26

Thursday: Low 9, High 20

Friday: low 10, high 19

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Saturday: Low 8, High 21

Melbourne

Wednesday: Layer 3, High 13

Thursday: Low 5, High 14

Friday: Low 7, High 14

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Saturday: Low 7, High 14

Brisbane

Wednesday: Low 14, High 21

Thursday: Low 11, High 22

Friday: low 10, high 22

Saturday: Low 11, High 22

Darwin

Wednesday: Low 17, High 33

Thursday: Low 19, High 32

Friday: Low 18, High 32

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Saturday: Low 17, High 31

Hobart

Wednesday: Low 5, High 12

Thursday: Low 6, High 13

Friday: Low 4, High 13

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Saturday: Low 7, High 13

Perth

Wednesday: Low 10, High 23

Thursday: Low 7, High 21

Friday: low 10, high 24

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Saturday: Low 13, High 21

Adelaide

Wednesday: Low 6, High 14

Thursday: Low 7, High 14

Friday: Low 7, High 14

Saturday: Low 6, High 15

Canberra

Wednesday: Low -2, High 14

Thursday: Low -3, High 15

Friday: Low -1, High 15

Saturday: Low -2, High 16

Source: Bureau of Meteorology Australia

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