You might not want to put the ugg boots away just yet.
It’s set to be another fresh week on the Gold Coast, with another cold snap on the way.
Parts of Queensland will this week experience their coldest day of the year so far, with the mercury set to plummet even further.
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It comes after last week saw Gold Coasters wake to their coldest morning of the year, with temperatures dropping to around 7 degrees across the city and 3 degrees in parts of the hinterland.
The coldest mornings this week are expected to be Thursday and Friday, while Sunday will also be quite chilly.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, minimum temperatures will hover around 5-6C, with daytime temperatures not expected to exceed 18C.
However, it will feel even colder with the apparent temperature dropping to 3.8C on Thursday morning, 3.7C on Friday and an icy 3C on Sunday morning.
The cold air is being caused by a slow-moving cold front moving through South Australia, Victoria and NSW.