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Slip, slop and slap
despite a cold snap
Ben Nolan rugs up on a Fyshwick construction site on Wednesday,
Picture: Stuart Walmsley
CANBERRA may have experienced a cold snap last week,
but the Cancer Council says that's no reason not to slip, slop
and slap this summer.
Weatherzone's Alex Krisman said last Wednesday's top
temperature of just 18.6 degrees made it the coldest January
day in six years.
The following morning had Canberrans grabbing for the
doonas as the capital's temperature dropped to a cool 1.6
"Basically we just had a couple of cold fronts which
brought with it some cold winds and caused the temperature
to drop," Mr Krisman said.
Cancer Council ACT SunSmart Services coordinator
David Wild said the cooler temperatures didn't mean people
should forget about hats and sunscreen.
"It's peculiar weather and it's easy to become com-
placent, but that's a real recipe for disaster," he said. "Our
message is that UV rays and temperature are not related.
"The UVs are certainly very high and are doing damage
at this time of year."
Weatherzone predicted Canberra's temperatures would
start to warm up again this week, peaking at about 30
degrees on Wednesday.
"Then after Wednesday we're going to see some gradual
cooling," Mr Krisman said.
He said the rest of summer was looking pretty good, with
some warm days still on the cards for Canberra.
"Considering we have a moderate La Nina event, we can
expect some higher than average rainfall and some lower
than average temperatures, which is what we've been seeing
and that's likely to continue through summer," he said.
"We've still got a while to go with the rest of January and
February, so there's still some potential for some warmer
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