Mandurah, a city on the southwest coast of Western Australia, is bracing for what is predicted to be its coldest-ever April day this Friday.
Among the rain and thunderstorms, Good Friday’s mercury is forecast to reach a high of just 15 degrees Celsius. That would break the city’s previous low max record of 16.1C set in April 01, 2005.
Vast regions of Western Australia are forecast to hold 12C to 16C below average for this time of year, with the cold expected to last all weekend making for a rather depressing Easter holiday.
Rockingham’s cold-temperature record is also under threat.
Stay tuned for updates.
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