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..Coldest August in 64 years
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31 Aug 08 - Sydney, Australia has shivered through its coldest August in 64 years. The harbour city had an average maximum temperature during the month of 17C, slightly below the long-term normal of 18.The average overnight temperature also was down one degree to eight degrees, according to the Weatherzone.com.au figures.

With the average minimum and maximum temperatures combined, Sydney's average temperature during the month came in at 12.7 degrees.

Weatherzone.com.au meteorologist Matt Pearce said it was the coldest August since 1944. "This has resulted in one of the best snow seasons in recent years in the Snowy Mountains, but has also kept Sydneysiders shivering," said Pearce.
http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/coldest-august-in-64-years/2008/08/31/1220121034021.html
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