RUGGED UP: Ipswich Golf Club operations manager James Craperi braves a cold morning on the green. Photo: David Nielsen
RUGGED UP: Ipswich Golf Club operations manager James Craperi braves a cold morning on the green. Photo: David Nielsen

Snap decision to sleep in

THANKS to the Labour Day holiday, many Ipswich residents took the chance to sleep through yesterday's chilly sunrise.

The temperature dropped to 4.8 degrees about 6.30am at Amberley, with clear skies and gentle south-westerly winds.

Gatton also shivered its way down to a minimum of 4.7 just after 6am.

The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted morning temperatures to continue to warm as the week goes on, with maximums remaining in the mid-20s.



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