McKitten says that Australia is having its worst heatwave ever
CHILLY weather in summer is a little out of the ordinary for Adelaide, which is in the midst of a cold stretch not seen since 2004, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
“In terms of the run of days below 30 degrees, I think we’ll end up with about 11 all up,” Climate Services manager Darren Ray said.
“That’s moderately unusual for this time of year.
“The last time we had a run as long as that was 2004, so it’s probably our longest run of days below 30 at this time of the year since 2004, but it does happen.”