Teeth Are Chattering During Sydney's Coldest Day In Over 25 Years
Excuse To Finally Stay In Bed All Day
A polar blast has brought blankets of snow to almost the entire stretch of the New South Wales ranges.
A top temperature predicted of 11 degrees on Thursday June 10, will be the coldest day Sydney has seen in 25 years.
Many people will be rugging up and staying warm indoors, but definitely not the kids in Blackheath.
The weather event has even brought snow to parts of the Blue Mountains, which have made some very excited!
However, the weather feeling like minus one in Camden and zero at Badgerys Creek is not preferable for others.
Brett Dutch-Key from Weather Zone said the cold snap will stick around on Friday.
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