South-east Queensland temperatures plummet as cold snap pushes mercury below May average | ABC News

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    Parts of Queensland have shivered through the coldest morning of the year so far. The Bureau of Meteorology said the temperature had plummeted well below average across the state’s southern and south-east regions.

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