Last night when I arrived home it was 4 degrees celsius (39F).
On the way home in places it was minus 1C (24F). At Guyra at 11pm it was 3 degrees (38F), Guyra is a cold hole, but it got colder the farther north I travelled. As soon as I crossed the border at Wallangarra the temperature soared one degree to 2 degrees. Travelling through Glen Innes , Tenterfield, then Stanthorpe (where Queensland's low chill fruit grows), and Warwick temperatures varied from -1 (30F) to 4 (39F) degrees.
Today, it's a balmy 27 degrees (81F).
Now that's proof, isn't it?
Twenty-two degrees rise in less than 12 hours.
I'm just waiting for the ocean to rise.
I'll have beachfront property, and the weather will be perfect to enjoy it.