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Wild winds and showers clearing but still cold for most of country



Parts of Queensland have woken to their coldest July morning in almost two decades.

Temperatures were -4.4C in the town of Oakey, near Toowoomba this morning, the coldest July morning for them since 2004.

In Roma, Applethorpe and the Granite Belt, the mercury failed to get above -4C before the sun…

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