If you thought it was cold yesterday morning, you weren’t wrong!July 23, 2014 3:55am
If you thought it was cold yesterday morning - you werenâ€™t wrong!Kyabramâ€™s coldest night of the year reached minus 1.2 degrees yesterday.
Kyabram’s coldest night of the year reached -1.2° yesterday.
The big freeze was the first time this year that the mercury dipped below freezing, although Sunday’s chilly low was 0.2° and there were two consecutive mornings — on July 13 and 14 — when the temperature dropped to 0.0°.
Paddocks throughout the district turned to ice, windscreens had to be chipped clear and frost hit.
Although it was cold, it was a far cry from our coldest July night on record, -7.5° in 1982.
Tonight will be freezing again if the prediction of an -1° minimum proves accurate.
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