RUGGED up, heaters on, electric blankets and hot water bottle.
It's not a typical winters day in Rockhampton, but it would describe how most have handled this week's cold snap.
The Bureau of Meteorology recorded an overnight low of 3.9 degrees in Rockhampton this morning.
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8.50am: It was so cold this morning, even the bees struggled to buzz.
But it wasn't the coldest July temperature recorded in Rockhampton's history.
It got down to 3.9 degrees celcius in the Central Queensland city this morning at 6.16am, according to the Bureau of Meteorology website.
The BOM's historical data shows the lowest July temperature recorded was -0.9 on July 3, 1963.
Meanwhile, it dropped to an amazingly cold minus 7 degrees in Stanthorpe about 7.15am. Read more about temperatures in the Toowoomba/Darling Downs region overnight here.