In Australian Tasmania, the 35-degree heat was replaced by a sharp cooling

In the Australian island state of Tasmania, the 35-degree heat was replaced by a sharp cooling, accompanied by hail and snow.

Just six days ago in the southern part of Tasmania, the thermometer bars exceeded a 30-degree mark, but on Saturday a sharp cooling with thunder and hail forced people to return to winter clothes. Mostly it was snowing.

According to local meteorologists, this phenomenon is “rather unusual”, because at this time, usually in the region there is a 37-degree heat.