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Eastern Freezing Day while WA warns against serious fire hazards

by Jasbinder Singh
Eastern Freezing Day while WA warns against serious fire hazards

Today is predicted to be a day of extremes to the opposite, with cold and ice weather set to hit NSW and Victoria.

The winds through Illawarra and easterly parts of the Central Tablelands in the morning are strong and a low pressure system east of Tasmania will continue today.

For the Illawarra and Central Tablelands, the Meteorology Office (BoM) issued the warning of damaged winds of 70 km/h.

Throughout Wednesday winds remain strong and rainy before relaxation in the evening.

Wollongongong, Nowra, Bowral, Katoomba, Huskisson and Bilpin may be places that are affected.

Surfing and swelling conditions on the Macquarie and Hunter Coasts are expected to be hazardous as well.

Eastern Freezing Day while WA warns against serious fire hazards

The Falls Creek Ski Resort is full of heavy snow, and Rocky Valley Lake freezes.

Parts of Victoria were also advised of damage to the Central Coast, Central Gippsland Coast and East Gippsland region all day long.

The Western Port, Gippsland Lakes and West Coast are also subject to a strong wind warning.

The conditions arose yesterday after the cold freezing of snow over the peaks in both countries.

Ski resorts have fallen by 5-10 centimetres, and fall steadily throughout the day.

The snowfalls will continue on Thursday and off and should be most heavy on Thursday evening and afternoon.

WA is warned of severe fire hazard on the other side of the country.

Dry conditions are expected over west Kimberley with fresh and rainy winds from east to south.

The conditions caused a serious fire hazard warning for the West Kimberley coast from the BoM.

At lunchtime, temperatures in Sydney floated around 20C, but it felt more like 12C.

Yesterday at 12:30 pm: Melbourne was 10.8C with an obvious 6.6C tempo (feels like)

Canberra was 9.8C with 2.9C (feels like) an apparent temp

Sydney has been 19.5C with 12.9C (feels like) apparent tempo

The Thredo Top Station, 1957 m in height, was -2.8C with an apparent -17.8C tempo.

Ski resorts have fallen by 5-10 centimetres, and fall steadily throughout the day.

The snowfalls will continue on Thursday and off and should be most heavy on Thursday evening and afternoon.

WA is warned of severe fire hazard on the other side of the country.

Dry conditions are expected over west Kimberley with fresh and rainy winds from east to south.

The conditions caused a serious fire hazard warning for the West Kimberley coast from the BoM.

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