Sub-zero temperatures across the Hunter

Sub-zero temperatures across the Hunter Newcastle’s Megan Judd found a thick frost on her windscreen.
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Birmingham Garden’s David Hough rates this frost as the biggest in many years.

Birmingham Garden’s David Hough rates this frost as the biggest in many years.

Birmingham Garden’s David Hough rates this frost as the biggest in many years.

Birmingham Garden’s David Hough rates this frost as the biggest in many years.

Birmingham Garden’s David Hough rates this frost as the biggest in many years.

Birmingham Garden’s David Hough rates this frost as the biggest in many years.

Birmingham Garden’s David Hough rates this frost as the biggest in many years.

Birmingham Garden’s David Hough rates this frost as the biggest in many years.

Birmingham Garden’s David Hough rates this frost as the biggest in many years.

Rick Nicholson captured these frost crystals at Wallsend about 7.30am.

Rick Nicholson captured these frost crystals at Wallsend about 7.30am.

Sara Morgan captures a frosted floor at Raymond Terrace’s Riverside Park.

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Newcastle’s latest Miss Universe Australia Tegan Martin also took to social media to comment on the cold snap.

Good morning #Sydney .Missing the warm weather today ☀️. Anyone else a little cold ? #MediterraneanTan#bondiTanspic.twitter杭州后花园m/qkZKr1In4w

— Tegan Martin (@Tegan___Martin) July 8, 2014

Dozens of Herald readers shared their stories of the cold including water frozen in hoses, thick crusts of ice on horse troughs and heaters failing in the freezing conditions.

“Had to cancel a camping trip to Lake Glenbawn this week,” Phil Selman wrote.

“Thank you God!”

Rebecca Single said she recorded-4 degrees at her place in Cessnock, but things still got worse.

‘Here at Cessnock, heater just packed it in and I have an almost two-year-oldand a threeweek old to keep warm,” Ms Single wrote.

At Lake Munmorah, Kym Tomlinson-Ryan basked in a relatively balmy 12 degrees at 8am.

“[It was a] beautiful winter morning, so enjoyed a nice cuppa out on the deck in the sunshine,” Ms Tomlinson-Ryan wrote.

“Crazy that some areas were so cold and others just beautiful.”

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