Cold snap to hit those with early work starts

THERE’S nothing worse than waking up in the middle of the night freezing cold, not being able to get back to sleep.

It may have also been because I had my fan going – in what began as a relatively stuffy night – but by morning, it turned out to be a bad move.

With temperatures expected to hit a low of 11 degrees this morning it seems winter really is just over the hill, with the year zooming by at an alarming speed – a quarter of the way through already.

On cold mornings I really feel for those who have to get up at the crack of dawn, such as news- paper delivery drivers, street cleaners and bakers – though being next to an oven wouldn’t be so bad.

Dairy farmers would do it tough on cold mornings also – now that I come to think of it, how do they stop the milk from becoming frozen yoghurt-like in the bucket?

If you know of anyone with a job that’s great or not-so-great to have in freezing temperatures, give me a call on 4660 1318.

Don’t forget if you have snapped some great weather pics – rain, hail or frost – email them to edit@warwickdailynews.com.au.

Casandra Garvey

Chief of staff



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