Winter in Victoria or at least around
Geelong and the Western District of Victoria
is usually cold and wet.
Maximum temperatures below 20 celsius
is considered cold.
And under 10, freezing. 🙂
Wind chill is often a factor determining
how cold it feels.
in the wee hours of the morning…several times.
However, in 2020 we were headed for our
wettest year on record such was rainfall
during summer and autumn.
When the calendar rolled over to June
the weather gods put their heads together
and decided we had had our share
and turned our rain taps off.
We have been getting cold mornings and
nice afternoons…at least for a few hours.
which was taken only last week.
The only snow we see is when weather
is cold enough to snow down
to 500-600 feet above sea-level.
The Great Dividing Range,
about an hour or so drive inland
often is dusted with short lived snow.