Proof that you are not softening: the Australian city is now experiencing the coldest beginning of winter since 1904 – when the records of cold weather fall, the beach is snowing … and it’s not over
- The Antarctic cold snap is declining due to the fact that the temperature is falling sharply
- Brisbane is preparing for the coldest day since 1904, when polar winds are blowing in Australia
- Sydney and Melbourne are also set for the coldest start to winter in decades
Brisbane will tremble through the coldest start of winter in more than 100 years, when a severe big frost in Australia will lead to falling records.
The temperature is projected to drop in all major cities except Perth to lows not seen in decades due to an icy polar explosion.
The last time Bob Hawke was in power Sydney fell ill in 1989, and Brisbane is preparing for the biggest cold snap since 1904.
Melbourne It hasn’t been so cold since 1982, when the South Melbourne Swans AFL team moved to Sydney.
Brisbane will be shivering on the coldest morning in more than 100 years as severe severe frosts in Australia lead to record lows
In every major city in the country, except Perth, temperatures will drop to levels not seen in decades due to an icy polar explosion.
There is no way out in the tropical Upper End: this week in Darwin and Cairns is forecast to be noticeably colder than usual, while some Tasmanian beaches may even have blizzards.
In the snowy fields, history textbooks are rewritten with the best start to the season in recent years and even more snow on the way thanks to an ice storm in Antarctica.
Mount Hotham and Falls Creek have recorded record snowfalls of almost a meter each, 73 cm in Mount Buller is the highest in more than two decades, and the resorts of New South Wales are believed to be the largest snowfalls since 1968.
A high-pressure system south of Adelaide has settled in and is hitting frozen winds from the South Pole right in Australia.
The coldest weather is expected to rise over the weekend: Brisbane is forecast to have 6 degrees Celsius on Friday and Sydney up to 7 degrees Celsius, the lowest in 33 years.
The temperature in Brisbane is projected to be between 6 and 8 degrees Celsius for the rest of the week, the coldest it has been in early June since 1904 – 118 years ago.
Bob Hawke was in power the last time Sydney caught a cold in 1989, and Brisbane is preparing for the worst cold in 118 years – while Melbourne has not been as cold since the city was an AFL team called the South Melbourne Swans in 1982
Because of the wind, record lows will seem even colder, such as 7 degrees Celsius at Brisbane Airport at 5.40am on Wednesday, feeling like just 2.1 degrees Celsius.
According to the weather bureau, the temperature in Toowoomba was relatively mild, 8.8 degrees Celsius, but the wind was more than 1.2 degrees.
Sunday will finally reach a minimum of 9 degrees heat and will remain until warming next Wednesday.
On Saturday in Hobart it will drop to 2 degrees of heat, on beaches in the south of Apple Island even snow is forecasted.
These conditions will be combined with a cool dry rush of air that will bring cool temperatures until next weekend.
It is projected that on Tuesday next week in Melbourne will be 6 degrees Celsius, and in Canberra is expected frosty temperature -4 degrees Celsius.
The low-pressure system, which brings frosty winds, will move slowly, so the ice will persist until next weekend.
On Mount Hotham and Falls Creek there were record snowfalls of almost a meter each, while Mount Buhler 73 cm is the highest in more than two decades
Weather zone forecaster Chris Matthews said that Sydney is expecting a cold week with the highest temperature of 17 degrees.
“It will be much colder this week due to the wind cooling factor,” he told the Daily Mail Australia.
On top of the icy air in some areas of NSW, Victoria, ACT and SA also in the next few days will be precipitation.
Adelaide is likely to have heavy rains in the next few days, but is expected to dry up by Sunday. Thunderstorms are possible in some areas of the southwestern slopes and rivers of NSW.
Storms are also forecast in Melbourne, and Sydney will have a dry week.
THREE-DAY WEATHER FORECAST IN YOUR CITY
Friday: Mostly sunny. Min 9 Max 17
Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 9 Max 17
Sunday: Mostly sunny. Min 7 Max 17
Friday: Sunny. Min 6 Max 18
Saturday: Sunny. Min 7 Max 19
Sunday: Partly Cloudy. Min 8 Max 19
Friday: Showers. Min. 9 Max. 16
Saturday: shower or two. Min. 9 Max. 15
Sunday: shower or two. Min. 9 Max. 15
Friday: Showers. Min 13 Max 22
Saturday: showers. Min 12 Max 22
Sunday: showers. Min 12 Max 22
Friday: Showers. Min. 9 Max. 14
Saturday: shower or two. Min 8 Max 13
Sunday: showers. Min 8 Max 13
Friday: Partly Cloudy. Min. 2 Max. 11
Saturday: Partly Cloudy. Min 1 Max 11
Sunday: Cloudy. Min 3 Max 11
Friday: Sunny. Min. 20 Max. 32
Saturday: Sunny. Min 19 Max 31
Sunday: Thursday. Min 19 Max 32
Friday: shower or two. Min. 6 Max.9
Saturday: rain, wind. Min. 5 Max. 11
Sunday: showers, wind weakening. Min 2 Max 9