Australia – Snow falls in Victoria just a day after 37C heatwave

Melburnians enjoy the warmer weather at St Kilda beach in Melbourne on Sunday. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Daniel Pockett

Both Mt Hotham and Falls Creek in the state’s northeast ranges saw enough snow on Monday for a blanket to settle on the ground as a cold front crossed the state.

On Sunday, Walpeup in the state’s northwest hit a blistering top of 37.1C (98.8F) while Melbourne reached a maximum of 29.5C (85.1F).

Monday’s high temperature in Melbourne was expected to top out at only 14C (57.2F), said weather bureau senior forecaster Michael Efron.

Thanks to Laurel for this link

“We keep getting the upwelling from Antarctica,” says Laurel. “Heatstroke on Friday – lit fire on Saturday cos it was rather chilly, and sure not warm today either;-/”

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October 6, 2020 at 08:48PM

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