Warmer January recorded for Mount Gambier

WARM WEATHER: Mulga Street Primary School students Harry, Grayson and Ava stay sun-smart with hats and sunscreen during the summer months.

IT was a hotter and drier than normal start to the year for residents across the Blue Lake city with an average high temperature of 28.2 recorded.

Experiencing an almost three degree rise in the mean temperature throughout January and significantly less rainfall, senior climatologist Blair Trewin said the South East’s weather trends were largely in line with the rest of the state.

“South Australia observed above to very much above

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