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Sydney’s coldest day in 25 years with snow across state

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NSW will have its coldest day in a quarter of a century with widespread snowfall falling across the state.

In Sydney, the mercury will barely reach double figures with a top temp of 10C expected in the west and 11C in the east.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Helen Reid said the cold snap is not…



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