Sydney and Canberra shiver as cold snap hits southeast Australia

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Victoria also recorded snow across the alps on Friday night and Saturday, while Perisher had its coldest May night since local records began 12 years ago

Sydney woke up to near-freezing temperatures on Sunday as south-east Australia shivered through an early cold snap, bringing snow falls one month out from the start of the ski season.

The official temperature at Observatory Hill did not dip below 7.8C on Sunday morning, but clear skies and a chilly wind meant the air felt “pretty close to zero” at 5.30am, the Bureau of Meteorology’s Helen Kirkup said.

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