Frosty start to Wednesday

Farmland east of Nowra was blanketed with frost on Wednesday morning.
Farmland east of Nowra was blanketed with frost on Wednesday morning.

So was it a bit cold where you were this morning?

Frost blanketed large parts of Nowra and the surrounding areas.

The farmland east of Nowra resembled a winter wonderland with a very healthy frost Wednesday morning.

On Tuesday evening temperatures dropped from 11 degrees just after 5pm to 6.8 by 5.40pm.

And they stayed in single figures all night.

So how cold was it where you were?

So how cold was it where you were?

The lowest temperature recorded in Nowra was 4.3 degrees just before 7am (Wednesday) but felt like .3.

Further east the temperature was as low as 2 degrees.

But according to the Bureau of Meteorology it’s not our coldest temperature this month, that was July 2 when 3.5 degrees was a minimum, while our coldest temperature to date is 1.8 degrees on June 23.

And just on 9am we are still in single digits - the mercury rising to just 7.3 degrees.

As for the rest of today the bureau says it will be partly cloudy and once the patchy fog in the north and areas of morning frost clear we are in for a day ranging in temperature from 12 to 17 degrees.

There is however the slight chance (40 per cent) of a shower.