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Australia snow: 'Big chill' on its way as Queensland temperatures set to drop to lowest in 15 years


While the UK basks in the hottest temperatures of the year, on the other side of the world Australians are set to face the biggest outbreak of cold weather in the country since 2000.

A series of chilly Arctic fronts are expected to sweep over much of Australia this weekend, potentially causing temperatures to plummet to their lowest for 15 years, according to the Bureau of Meteorology

Temperatures are set to drop to single digits or below zero across the south east, while snowfall is anticipated for the Australian Alpine region on Saturday and could also cover Australia’s largest mountain range, the Great Dividing Range, on Sunday.

Barry Hanstrum, the Bureau of Meteorology New South Wales' Regional Director said: “We’re expecting temperatures will plummet, winds will be fresh to strong, and snow will fall down to low elevations.”


i wish this occured in california. i miss snow


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