For the second time in just a few days Tamworth residents woke to a thick fog, which had descended upon the city on Wednesday morning.
Visibility for motorists was significantly reduced, and headlights were the order of the morning.
Luckily for air travellers there were no flight delays due to the conditions.
So what can we expect for the next few days?
The seven day forecast for Tamworth suggests you might want to keep the winter woolies where you can reach them. After another frosty start to Thursday temperatures are expected to reach 17 degrees.
But it'll be a different story again for the end of the working week, with temperatures for Friday expected to max at 14 degrees after getting down to minus 2 overnight. Not quite the minus 6 that was recorded on June 29, 1997.
The weekend will only bring slight relief from the bone-chilling temps with 15 the top expected for both Saturday and Sunday.
The mercury will rise ever so slightly again come Monday and Tuesday.
Just for the record the warmest June day on record was June 6, 1994, when temperatures topped out at 25.4 degrees.