South Eastern Australia is due to have its biggest cold snap for 15 years this weekend, with Sunday 12 July expected to be the coldest day of the year. The cold front is predicted to bring wide spread snow across NSW.
NSW SES Commissioner Adam Dent has given the following accident warning ahead of the cold snap:
“Heavy snow can quickly make roads slippery and impassable, so if snow is forecast delay non-essential travel. Snow can bring down trees and branches, blocking roads and damaging property, so take the opportunity ahead of forecast snow to trim overhanging trees and branches and if isolation is likely, stock up on food, fuel, medicine and other essential items.”
From all of us at Stacks Goudkamp – keep warm and stay safe this weekend.