Winter season is coming: very first snow in the alps, 2 degrees in western Sydney

Sydney shivered through its coldest early morning of the year on Saturday as temperature levels was up to 2 degrees in parts of the city. Camden was 2 degrees on Saturday early morning, Bureau of Meteorology task forecaster Jordan Notara said. Elsewhere in the state was even chillier, with temperature levels at ski resort Thredbo plunging to -5. 8 degrees and the very first snow of the winter season landing on the resort’s peaks a month prior to the main ski season gets underway. It’s the coldest it’s existed considering that November in 2015, Notara said. Unfortunately for ski lovers, the very first snow has no connection with the kind of ski season we will have, Notara said. While this well and genuinely marks the start of winter season, the next couple of early mornings must be simpler to rise -the front notifying the existing cold

breeze is moving away and the next couple of early mornings will not be as cold. Minimum temperature levels in Western Sydney will be around 5 or 6 degrees the next couple of days and it’ll be 8 or 9 on the coast, Notara stated.

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