The hottest Aussie city just had its coldest day and people really freaked out

Australia’s hottest capital city, Darwin, has two distinct seasons: Wet and Dry. None of the namby-pamby Spring, or Autumn business up there.

But the flip-flop-loving residents of the fair subtropical city got one hell of shock on Tuesday, when temperatures hit a frosty low of 19 degrees Celsius (66.2 Fahrenheit).

It might not seem cold, but for a town used to 85-degree Fahrenheit days pretty much year-round, the sudden drop gave them a case of the too-colds, and they wouldn’t stop talking about it.

Just look at the city’s newspaper, straight up losing their chill.

The chilly temps were brought about by cool, dry south-east winds. But the Bureau of Meteorology’s Ben Suter told news.com.au that a cyclone warning for the NT was called off, because the tropical low that was hovering over the Tiwi Islands had continued south. Phew! But the Top End could still cop a beating from the system’s strong winds.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Darwin. We can only imagine the pain you’re going through, having to put on a jumper and what not. Shocking.

By Jerico Mandybur

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