There is such a lot of unusually cold weather worldwide that it is reasonable to call it global cooling
Sydneysiders have shivered through the city's coldest June morning since 1983 after the temperature dropped to 4.7 degrees just before 7.00am this morning.
Weatherzone meteorologist Martin Palmer said several Sydney suburbs had some of their coldest morning's in years, with the temperature dropping to -4 degrees in Richmond, their coolest June morning since records began back in 1995. The temperature dropped to -1.8 degrees in Campbelltown.
Mr Palmer said the cold morning's would continue to at least Thursday.
"Basically there is a big high pressure above us which for the next few days will keep things calm and still but it means very cold nights," he said.
"That will continue for the next few days, we will expect the coldest nights to be over by Thursday and we will have more clouds on the weekend which will keep temperatures up at night."
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