The weather will start to change in January and the cold is coming, according to a new study.
This will be the coldiest year on record for Australia and will hit the nation hard, according the National Weather Service.
“The coldest year on records is 2003 and it was the cold,” said Robyn Hughes, the chief scientist at the National Climate Assessment, which was released last week.
The average winter temperature in Sydney was -23C, and in Melbourne it was -11C.
This year will see a very cold winter and a very dry summer, with the average summer temperature falling to a low of about -18C.
In Sydney, the city has already seen an average of 11.6C of freezing rain and snow in a month, with temperatures reaching a record low of -18.5C on Wednesday.
“We’re going to see the very coldest winter on record in Sydney, which is really unusual,” Mr Hughes said.
The coldest February to March for Australia was recorded in 1858, when temperatures were -17.4C.
That year, an extra 7 million Australians were expected to die from the cold.
Australia has had a very mild winter this year.
The national average for February to September is around -10C, with July, August and September being the coldter months.
This is the second coldest January to March on record, with January recorded -11.9C.
There has been a very slow start to the cold season.
There were only 7.9 million Australians expected to be killed from the freezing rain this year, according a report published last week by the Climate Institute.
“It’s been a slow start in terms of the cold, coldest months on record,” Ms Hughes said, with most of the damage being done by high winds, heavy snowfall and high temperatures.
“A lot of the impacts have been on coastal areas in southern parts of the country, in some places in Victoria, and there’s been damage on the Great Barrier Reef.”
The National Weather Office said that while the cold front is likely to start around March, it is likely that much of the heat will be spread across the year.
“This will be a dry winter in Australia, which will lead to higher sea surface temperatures, which are linked to the cooler weather, which in turn, will lead the ice pack to melt, which ultimately will lead a more widespread and longer-lasting warming of the oceans,” Ms Edwards said.
“But the cold winter will have a big impact on the way people are coping with the cold.”
What is the weather?
There is a lot of information out there about how to survive cold weather.
Weather TV is one of the best places to start, and can provide you with a quick summary of what to expect.
For example, in January, the average temperature in the country was -10.1C, meaning the average winter was -4C colder than normal.
The next coldest month is March, which means the average January was -5.7C.
It is important to note that, as a whole, the cold will not reach -20C until March, when it will reach -27C.
The warmest January will be -29.4CP, and it will be January that will be coldest.
For more on the winter and how to stay warm in Australia read our guide to winter survival.