Freezing conditions hit South Australia

Frost and ice has welcomed the start of this week in South Australia as many of us woke to below freezing temperatures.

There have been many reports of the day starting at below 0 degrees across the state, with the lowest temperatures recorded in Yunta (-7.1), Renmark (-5.7) and Murray Bridge (-3.6).

Other towns to be in the minus include Nuriootpa -2.2, Kadina and Padthaway -2.0 , Keith -1.9, Robe -2.2, Clare and Snowtown -2.5 and Whyalla -0.9.

It was still cold across South Australia with Port Augusta on 0.0, Port Pirie 1.6, Cummins 3.2, Port Lincoln on 4.2 and Ceduna going down to 4.6.

The forecast for the rest of today, Monday, June 24, is cool to cold day with a slight chance of showers over the south of the North West Pastoral district, the West Coast district, Eyre Peninsula, southern Yorke Peninsula and western Kangaroo Island.

Tuesday, June 25

There will be areas of frost in the east and north with a chance of early showers over central parts of the agricultural area. The day will be cool to mild with mainly light to moderate winds.

Wednesday, June 26

It will be a cold morning with frosts from east of Wudinna and light to moderate east to northeasterly winds.

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