Feeling chilly?

Millions of Aussies are shivering through the coldest June day in five years as a cold front spreads across Australia.

Parts of Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania dropped to below zero and Canberra down to a chilly -4 degrees.

Melbourne reached a frosty low of just four degrees and we’ve got bad new for you: minimum temperatures aren’t forecast to break 10 degrees until at least the beginning of next week.

The upside? It might just be the best time for a trip to the snow with 10cm of fall around Mount Hotham and Mount Bulla after a slow start to the season.


We’ll be rugging up!

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