Despite Perth being at the height of summer, the temperature in the metro area dipped to 10C at 5.42am on Thursday Jan 03.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, it was the coldest January night Perth has experienced since 2001 when a jumper-fetching 8.9C was recorded on Jan 25.
Daytime highs are expected to top 25C, before six straight days of above 30C — a further example of the unpredictable swings between extremes as the GSM continues its intensification.
For the full article from perthnow.com.au, click here.
Grand Solar Minimum
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