Blankets off in near-record warm night

BLANKETS were kicked off last night in South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania as temperatures stayed 10 degrees above average, near-record in places.

In SA, Clare, Snowtown, Nuriootpa and Roseworthy all had their warmest October night in at least 15 years. The temperature stayed above 20 degrees nearly all night.

Adelaide stayed warmer than 22 degrees all night, making it the warmest October night in the city in four years, and second warmest for October in more than a decade.

It was the warmest October night in at least 15 years for Luncheon Hill and King Island, in Tasmania and in Mortlake in western Victoria.

Hobart’s minimum of 16.8, was a five-year high for October, and Melbourne’s 19.7 a three-year high.

Most of these three states will be cooler tonight as a weak front and trough cross the region, but it’s going to be a few degrees above average and also fairly muggy.

Friday night will be more comfortable for sleeping with temperatures nearer average for this time of year. Blankets may be required.

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