Sydney shivers through coldest day since 1984 as snow blankets NSW | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Sydney shivers through coldest day since 1984 as snow blankets NSW

Sydney has recorded its coldest day in 37 years, reaching 10.3 degrees, as an Antarctic chill lingers over NSW before it moves off the coast on Friday.

The Bureau of Meteorology said Sydney’s Observatory Hill “only managed to climb to 10.3 degrees, the lowest maximum since 1984” when 9.6 degrees was recorded on July 3.

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