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Date PostedJuly 11, 2015

Strong Cold Fronts Bring Freezing Temperatures this Weekend


Source: feelgrafix.com

Brace yourself this weekend as heavy winds are expected to rage across many parts of the country. Blizzards can be expected with wind reaching speeds of up to 90km/h. Snow is also expected to continuing falling, as temperatures do.

The south east part of Australia is expecting sub-zero temperatures over the weekend and the coming week.

According to weather reports, NSW and ACT residents are also expecting gale force winds in the Snowy Mountains.

The Bureau of Meteorology say the strong cold front will bring extremely cold and strong wings with blizzard conditions in the Snowy Mountains today.

If you live in the Illawarra, Central Tablelands, the Hunter, Southern Tablelands, Australian Capital Territory and Snowy Mountains, you should brace yourself and make sure you and your family are kept safe.

Even  Queensland, normally known as The Sunshine State will experience the cold, wet conditions.

For a break down of weather forecasts state by state, click here.

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