Friends "welcome" the White Children's Day! NSW covered with snow overnight, and people will be more "frozen" tomorrow morning
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Yesterday was the first day of winter, and it coincided with Children’s Day. The friends in Ao Village should also feel the “freezing” of the temperature~
A strong cold front caused parts of southeastern NSW to be covered with a "white blanket" overnight, making NSW alpine resorts already covered in silver before the ski season began.
Thredbo and Perisher reportedly covered 30cm of snow overnight, and the two resorts also used this round of snow to start firing snow guns.
According to a report from the Bureau of Meteorology, at 6:30 on Monday morning, the temperature in Perisher dropped to minus 7 degrees, while in Thredbo it dropped to minus 8 degrees.
Snow fell in Jindabyne, Cooma, Bomballa and even Canberra.
Weatherzone senior meteorologist Rob Sharpe said a lot of snow has fallen in southeastern NSW.
"Today and tomorrow morning there will be snow in some areas."
"The temperature will be very cold until Friday morning, and the temperature in the above resorts will remain below 0 degrees. This means that in the next few days, these places will also usher in a considerable amount of snowfall, which is the weekend ski season. Start a good start."
This strong cold front passed through Sydney at around 7 am on Monday morning, bringing some showers.
Mr. Sharpe said: “In some parts of Sydney, the rainfall is only about half a millimeter at most.”
But he also reminded Sydneysiders that due to the freezing temperatures, they will face difficulty getting up on working days this week.
The coldest morning is expected to be on Tuesday, when the temperature in the city will drop to 6 degrees, and in Penrith it will be only 3 degrees. It will also be very cold in the early morning on weekdays this week, although the temperature is 1 to 2 degrees higher than Tuesday.
Until this weekend, the temperature in Sydney's urban and western suburbs is not expected to rise to 17 degrees.
News compiled from "Sydney Morning Herald"
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