Cold weekend Tasmania records its coldest day EVER after the mercury plunged to -14C 

Cold weekend Tasmania records its coldest day EVER after the mercury plunged to -14C 

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Brrrr-ace for a VERY cold weekend: Tasmania records its coldest day EVER after the mercury plunged to -14C – so what will the temperature drop to near you? Record low of -14.2C recorded at Liawanee at Great Lake in Tasmania on Friday  Meterologists say lowest temp on record for all of Tasmania since records began 
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Snow blankets Melbourne as Victoria prepares to freeze through coldest four-day spell in 24 years

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Outer Melbourne has been blanketed in snow as Victoria shivers through its coldest four consecutive days in 24 years. A powerful winter blast is sweeping across Australia’s southeast from Antarctica, bringing frosty temperatures across the region, with snow forecast down to 400m in Victoria. Residents in Colac, Ballarat, Meredith, Gordon, Bambra and Birregurra woke to snow covered
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Melbourne is set to freeze through its coldest four-day spell in 24 YEARS

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Melbourne is set to shiver through its coldest four consecutive days in 24 years as a powerful wintery blast sweeps across Australia’s southeast from Antarctica. The weather will bring freezing temperatures to Tasmania overnight as snow falls at sea level, with the mercury plummeting to 0C in Hobart.  A trough is expected to bring cloudy
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Best place to see the night sky is the coldest place on Earth where the stars ‘twinkle’ the least

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The best place to see the night sky is the highest dome on the Antarctic Plateau — the coldest-known place on Earth, where the stars appear to ‘twinkle’ the least. Dome A, or ‘Argus’ — located in the centre of East Antarctica at an elevation of 13,428 feet above sea level — experiences temperatures as low
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