An Australian town was covered in snow for the first time in 40 years, and the photos are beautiful
- An Australian town has been covered in snowfall for the first time in 40 years.
- Launceston in Tasmania hasn't had snow settle for four decades, Matthew Thomas from the Bureau of Meteorology told Yahoo News Australia.
- Residents of the town have been excitedly posting pictures and videos on social media, and the scenes are beautiful.
- People are even skiing and snowboarding in the parks and streets.
- The surrounding mountains look like a winter wonderland too.
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