States and territories have shivered through another frosty morning as a cold snap continues to grip Australia’s east coast.
States and territories have shivered through another frosty morning as a cold snap continues to grip Australia's east coast.
Temperatures plummeted to single digits for much of south-east Queensland, NSW and eastern Victoria overnight.
While Canberra dropped to zero degrees and Cooma in the NSW Snowy Mountains recording a freezing -3 degrees.
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It comes as a cold air mass sweeping southeastern Australia this week brought the first sprinkles of snow and the lowest temperatures so far this year.
However, a warm and sunny day is forecast for most of the east today, easing this morning's chilly cold front.
"High pressure is bringing clear skies and weak winds elsewhere, resulting in a chilly morning," Weatherzone said.
A top of 19 degrees is expected for Melbourne, with winds up to 45km/h in the morning and a slight chance of a shower tonight.https://twitter.com/BOM_Vic/status/1381409286874660868
Sydney will be sunny and 24 degrees. Brisbane similarly will have sunny skies and a warm day of 25 degrees.
Perth will be mostly sunny and 21 degrees, while Adelaide is forecast to reach 26 degrees with winds and a chance of showers to sweep the city this evening.
The frostiness of the morning will be felt in Canberra, before temperatures warm to a top of 19 degrees later in the day.
Similar temperatures are expected in Hobart, with late showers and 19 degrees.
Darwin will be mostly sunny with a top of 32 degrees.
Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/weather-news-cold-snap-grips-australia-east-coast/2a4431de-05d4-4e53-a4d1-b65231a77f67