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Last updated on August 8th, 2017 at 02:45 pm
A chilling crime in Ohio:
A pair of 18-year-olds were arrested for using screwdrivers to stab an inflatable 12-foot-tall Frosty the Snowman. “Why me?” asked Frosty’s owner, Matt Williquette. “And why Frosty?”
Queenslanders are asking the same question:
Unusually chilly weather in Queensland during the traditionally white-hot Christmas period has been “breaking more records than the Test cricket”, the weather bureau said today …
The maximum temperature at Brisbane’s airport today plunged to 19.1C, dropping below the previous record low of 20.2C in 1960 and well below the average high 20s.
The city’s centre reached a maximum temperature of only 19.2C – not even a degree higher than the 18.8C recorded in 1888.
Emerald, in central Queensland, broke a 100-year record, with the mercury reaching a maximum of only 16.7C, compared to 18.3C in 1907.
The temptation is to giggle indulgently. However, the Great Colding of ‘06 also inspires terror:
Cloudy, cool conditions have brought a promising start to this year’s Woodford Folk Festival on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
Magma. We need magma.
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