Melbourne has shivered through its coldest start to winter in a massive 36 years.
The Bureau of <eteorology’s senior meteorologist Peter Newham said we have experienced the longest run of cold nights for early June since 1982.
He said five of the past six mornings have seen a low of five degrees or lower – but this is set to change.
“The next three we’re expecting minimums around 10 or perhaps even higher,”
“We’re looking at a couple of fairly windy days, but Thursday in particular.”
He said the bureau was considering the need for a severe weather warning for some parts.
Melbourne is also also expected to see some rain developing later in the week.