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Brisbane has its coldest October morning since 1976 October 23, 2008

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Brisbane has its coldest October morning since 1976

From CourierMail, October 23, 2008

COLD southerly winds blowing up from the snow-capped Blue Mountains have given Brisbane its coldest October morning in 32 years.

The mercury fell to 10.6 degrees in the City just before 5am, more than five degrees below average for this time of year.

The previous lowest for October was 7.3 degrees in 1976, although Brisbane also recorded 6.3 degrees in October in 1899 at a now-disused weather station.

Amberley had an even colder start waking up to 6 degrees and Stanthorpe shivered on just two degrees.

http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/story/0,20797,24539562-952,00.html?from=communities

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