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“It’s a Big One” — Brutal Polar Blast set to Envelope the Entire Australian Continent

Multiple Antarctic air masses are making a beeline for Australia — temperatures are set to sink well-below average for the time of year and up to 50cm (19.7 inches) of accumulating snow is expected in the Aussie Alps.

Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) forecaster Sarah Scully warns that a “very cold air mass is moving from the Antarctic right over the country.” 

“Temperatures will be 10C lower than the average, even in the Northern Territory and Queensland.

“It’s a cold snap affecting the whole country, it’s a big one.

“The effects will be felt right into the weekend.”


GFS TEMP ANOMALY (C) — MAY 9 to MAY 13


Scully goes further, warning that the cold temperatures could be a threat to livestock in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.

“Livestock only need to get a bit wet and the winds will cause them a lot of trouble,” she told Yahoo News.

Temps are set to plummet to -5C (23F) in the Australian Alps over the weekend, with up to 20cm (7.9 inches) of snow forecast for Perisher Valley, Cabramurra, Charlotte Pass and Thredbo.

Mount Hotham and Falls Creek are forecast to receive even more — close to 50cm (19.7 inches) over the next week, with Mt Buller looking at accumulations of about 33cm (13 inches).


GFS TOTAL SNOW (CM) — MAY 10 to MAY 18


Winter 2019 has arrived early Australia, as predicted.


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8 Thoughts to ““It’s a Big One” — Brutal Polar Blast set to Envelope the Entire Australian Continent”

  1. Pegalee Benda

    Please keep me up on the weather …as it is totally changing everywhere…

  2. Rick Higgs

    Extreme weather…ask a Climatologist.

  3. PJB

    Were there any analog years, say 20, 60 or 100 years ago? Climate cycles are the source of such highs and lows in climatology. 30 years does not a record make…

  4. Jason

    Might be worth looking at either SuspiciousObservers channel or the Diehold Foundation to see what’s theorised to be coming from the sun which ties in with our extreme climate change patterns.
    Jus’ sayin…

  5. Al gored

    “Temperatures will be 10C lower than the average, even in the Northern Territory and Queensland. ” If the temperature had to be 10C above average instead of below average, the climate warriors would be all up in arms braking up shops, looting and generally making fools of themselves.

  6. It is normal…it is global: The “Ice Saints” from 10-15 May, globally and corresponding with the Earth orbit, reciprociy 6 days 22 August – 27 August.

  7. Xeno Bloom

    If it’s any consolation it snowed in Denver and Boise Idaho today. Global warming certainly seems to be having the inverse effect.

  8. geophrey hughes

    And they say we have global warming ??????????????????

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