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How hot will you stay in Australia for 6 consecutive days?

Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     24 Nov 2020
Australia will be swept by heat waves in the next week, some areas are expected to usher in 40℃ of high temperature, especially in the interior is expected to continue six days of high temperature, the highest temperature in remote areas of Victoria may even rise to 44℃.
How hot will you stay in Australia for 6 consecutive days?

Hot weather is expected in many parts of Australia this week. (Daily Mail)

Australia will be swept by heat waves in the next week, some areas are expected to usher in 40℃ of high temperature, especially in the interior is expected to continue six days of high temperature, the highest temperature in remote areas of Victoria may even rise to 44℃.

Sky News (Sky News) meteorologist Sanders (Tom Saunders) said on Tuesday :" We will have an extreme weather ".

He expects "a hot heat wave will cover Australia ", and the heat in eastern Australia will peak on Saturday.

As a large high-pressure system is forming in the Tasman Sea (Tasman Sea) off the coast of New and Victoria, it brings hot winds from northwest and central Australia.

"By Saturday, temperatures could exceed 45℃, breaking records for spring and November ," Sanders said. "

Although the weather forecast showed a storm in New and Queensland on Tuesday, the next few days of the week will be a heat wave.

Mildura (Mildura), in northern Virginia, is expected to soar to 45℃ on Sunday to soar to 45℃ on Sunday.

How hot will you stay in Australia for 6 consecutive days?

The last three days of the week, many areas were shrouded in heat. (Daily Mail)

According to Sanders, temperatures around Sydney could also reach 40℃ this week.

Australia's coastal towns will cool down by Sunday and next Monday, but hot weather in the interior will continue.

Mount Brocken (Broken Hill), Dabo (Dubbo), Mildura (Mildura), Griffith (Griffith), Forbes (Forbes) and Haye (Hay) are expected to have 40℃ of hot days from this weekend.

The highest temperature in Adelaide today is only 25℃, but it will soar to 33℃ on Wednesday ,38℃ on Friday ,40℃ on Saturday, and then 30℃ on Sunday.

Melbourne's weather changes are less intense, with maximum temperatures of 20℃ on Tuesday and Thursday, but it is expected to reach 30℃ on Wednesday. The city will have a maximum temperature of 34℃ and a minimum temperature of 20℃ on Saturday. Melbourne's temperature will drop to 22℃ on Sunday.

The highest temperature in Swan Mountain (Swan Hill) will reach 44℃ on Saturday in remote areas of Vizhou, while the highest temperature in Bengo (Bendigo) and Vagalata (Wangaratta) is 42℃ on the same day.

How hot will you stay in Australia for 6 consecutive days?

Sydney's temperature will rise to 30℃ this weekend. (Daily Mail)

Temperatures around Sydney's CBD will remain around 25℃ for most of the week week and rise to 31℃ over the weekend.

The highest temperature in Penrith, Sydney's West End, will rise to 34℃ on Thursday and 36℃ on Saturday and Sunday.

Queensland's temperature will be slightly cooler, and Sunday is expected to be the hottest day, with a maximum temperature of 32℃.

The temperature in Canberra was around 25℃ before Thursday, reaching 30℃ on Thursday and 35℃ on Sunday. But the lowest night temperatures in the capital territory will remain at more than 10℃.

The state capital city of Hobart is much cooler than Australia's mainland, with temperatures of only 20℃ on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Hobart was also slightly warmer for the rest of the week, with a maximum of 27℃ on Wednesday and Friday.

The northern capital city of Darwin will suffer heavy rain this week, with a maximum temperature of 35℃ and a minimum temperature of 27℃.

Meanwhile, Perth's hottest day of the week is today, with a maximum temperature of 33℃, but Friday's maximum temperature will fall to 24℃, but Sunday will rise to 28℃.

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