Snow in Queensland and swells in Sydney: wild weather lashes Australia’s east – Sydney Video



Icy winds brought snow and temperatures fell below zero in some parts of the east coast as Queensland and NSW residents reached for jackets, scarves and beanies on Tuesday. Sydney ferries were cancelled as huge swells lashed the harbour. The Blue Mountains west of Sydney were blanketed in a thick layer of snow, causing road closures in some parts
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  1. Offtopic… but…. DO WE HAVE OUR MILKSHAKES READY?

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  2. Eeeeeeeek.
    The 1/25th part of ONE percent of the atmosphere which is CO2 is causing this climate crisis chaos.
    We're doooomed….I tellya….doooooooomed!
    Ahem
    – That was a party political message from The Greens.

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  3. So cute to see animals in the snow, especially camels 🐫 that’s even funny ships desert needing snow shoes. lol

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  4. Curious. Has the Gibson desert risen any in the past few months? You know, the deadened crust will rise first!

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  5. Snow in Queensland (Sunshine coast) So much for Global Warming?

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  6. Nice view
    i want to visit
    ❤️️

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  7. Climate emergency!!!! Not normal

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  8. Yes, global warming is terrible.

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  9. It snowing somewhere doesn't deny climate change, extreme weather is a sign of climate change.

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  10. So not the 1st time ever or record breaking temps

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  11. It’s a warm summer day here in Minnesota. Of course at the end of February it was -35 degrees below zero. Hello there from the far side of the planet!!!!

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