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(SOUTH AUSTRALIA) JUST IN: The town of Renmark in Riverland region has recorded its coldest May morning on record, dropping more than five degrees below zero #AceWeatherDesk report

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#AceWeatherReport – June.01: Closer to Adelaide, Nuriootpa in the Barossa Valley hit exactly zero degrees, while Strathalbyn dropped to -0.3C and Adelaide itself recorded a low of 7.4C:

#AceWeatherDesk – Renmark has coldest May morning on record, while Adelaide feels chill on last day of autumn: The Bureau of Meteorology declared a record-breaking low for the town’s airport weather station at 6:16am and then had to revise it when the temperature dipped again — to -5.1 degrees Celsius — just after 7:00am and its was not the only town in region where the temperature dropped below freezing on the last day of autumn, with -3.5C at Loxton and -1.1C at Lameroo early on Monday morning’

Posted 13h ago, updated 1h ago

A frozen bird bath
Riverland residents said birdbaths and water bowls had frozen over.(Facebook: Annette Axon)

“Spare a thought for those out in the Riverland, though,” meteorologist Tina Donaldson told ABC Radio Adelaide earlier on Monday morning.

“Renmark — their temperature just keeps on dropping. They’re down to -5C and that’s a new May minimum temperature record for them.”

Frost on plants
Frost on grass in the Riverland.(Facebook: Bianca Jade Balshaw)

Local residents reported that dog bowls and birdbaths had frozen over, and that windscreens and public spaces had frosted up.

“[It’s] the last time I’m walking in the oval in the mornings,” Berri local Nicola Angouras said.

“It was like they poured a lake on it with the amount of water.”

The all-time record low for Renmark Airport was set on June 18, 1998, when it was -6.1C.

Parts of the Adelaide Hills were also covered in frost on Monday morning.

Frost-covered fields in the Adelaide Hills.
The cold weather led to frosty fields in the Adelaide Hills.(Instagram: barrowandbenchmitre10)

One local resident wrote on social media that while there was “no thermometer” on their property, “our largest cattle trough is frozen over”.

The weather bureau said temperatures should warm up on Tuesday before getting cold again later in the week.

#AceNewsDesk report ……Published: Jun.01: 2021:

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