RUGGED UP... Yorke Peninsula has experienced its coldest winter in years but Wallaroo’s Jess Niotis, Jay Green, Macayla Marner, Kianna Pepall and Jazmin Gay braved the weather to enjoy the outdoors during their school holidays. 	Photo: Jess Liddy RUGGED UP... Yorke Peninsula has experienced its coldest winter in years but Wallaroo’s Jess Niotis, Jay Green, Macayla Marner, Kianna Pepall and Jazmin Gay braved the weather to enjoy the outdoors during their school holidays. Photo: Jess Liddy

Coldest winter for many years

WINTER has well and truly descended on Yorke Peninsula and if you think it has felt even colder than usual you’d be right.

In the past week, a ridge of high pressure over YP weakened by Wednesday, July 18, leading to a cold front on Thursday and Friday, July 19-20.

Daytime temperatures remained in the high teens but there were winds of 25-35km/h and rain, particularly on Friday, July 20.

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