Adelaide, it’s cold.. really cold!

Many residents in South Australia are waking up to frosted windows and icy grass lawns as overnight temperatures plunged well below freezing in various parts of the state.

At 6 a.m. on Monday, Adelaide recorded a low of just 3.2°C, with a forecasted high of 16°C for the day.

However, conditions were even harsher in Yunta, located in the state’s North East Pastoral district, about 275 km from Adelaide, where temperatures dropped to a frigid -4.8°C at 6:30 a.m.

The South-East of the state also experienced significant chills, with Keith registering -1.9°C at 6 a.m. and Robe slightly colder at -2.1°C.

The state is expected to remain dry on Monday, but rain is forecast to begin on Tuesday, with Adelaide likely to see showers in the morning, accumulating up to 3mm.

Conditions are predicted to become wetter by Wednesday, with up to 10mm of rain expected in the city, along with a chance of thunderstorms. By Thursday, forecasts predict up to 15mm of rainfall.

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