Time to rug up for cool starts

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

MANY parts of the state woke up to a cold and frosty morn­ing last Satur­day, bring­ing with it record­break­ing tem­per­a­tures.

At the monthly mar­kets at Biggen­den on Satur­day, Lions Club mem­bers along with stall­hold­ers had pulled out their win­ter wool­lies and grabbed a hot cof­fee to guard against the bit­ter cold as the tem­per­a­tures dropped.

On Sun­day morn­ing it was crunchy un­der­foot as vol­un­teers manned the gates across the district for the an­nual en­durance ride.

One rider as they rode past called out “my nose won’t stop run­ning”.

Ac­cord­ing to the weather bureau, an­other cold snap is on its way this weekend.

For those not work­ing, all the more rea­son to pull the cov­ers back over your head and stay in bed.


COLD MORN­ING: Jill Led­widge and Barb Nel­son at Biggen­den mar­kets rug­ging up from the cold.

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