You may've had the heater on for longer... if not all night... last night.
It's been a freezing start to Winter with temps getting in the minuses in parts of the State including the Hills.
The mercury's dropped to below 2 degrees in the City and as low as .4 further out in Nuriootpa.
That makes it our coldest day since August last year.
While a severe frost warning's been issued for crop growers in the Riverland.
But despite frosty mornings the Bureau says we can expect a drier than average season.
The good conditions for snow-making means the eastern States are officially on snow watch.
Mt Buller will open their slopes a week early tomorrow.