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Sydney’s coldest day in decades



Ben Domensino,

Thursday June 10, 2021 – 17:28 EST

Sydney just shivered through its coldest day in 37 years as icy winds blew across NSW.

Clouds, rain and a freezing air mass wrapping around a large and slow-moving cut-off low pressure system prevented the temperature from getting any higher than 10.3ºC at Sydney’s Observatory Hill weather station on Thursday, as of 5pm AEST.

Image: Enhanced water vapour…



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