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Australia What a scorcher! Parts of Australia are set to sweat through the hottest October day in 80 YEARS as heatwave sweeps across swathes of the country - but it won't last long

15:45  30 october  2019
15:45  30 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Darwin has second-hottest day at 38.2C

  Darwin has second-hottest day at 38.2C Darwin has recorded its second hottest day on record after the mercury reached 38.2C on Monday. The mercury hit 38.2 degrees in the capital at 12.30pm on Monday, the third time it has topped 38C in almost 40 years.

Parts of Australia are set to sweat through the hottest October day in 80 YEARS as heatwave sweeps across swathes of the country - but it A big high pressure system in the Tasman Sea and a trough across south Western Australia will see the mercury soar in the east of the country in the

Australia heatwave to break Christmas weather records with temperatures up to 47C forecast. Marble Bar in Western Australia is set to hit 49C on Wednesday and might see a run of eight days above The high temperatures would carry through until New Year ’s Day , when 44C was expected.

Parts of Australia are expected to swelter before the weekend with the potential for 80-year temperature records to be broken.

a close up of a map: A big high in the Tasman Sea and a trough across south Western Australia is the cause of dramatically increased heat in the east of the country© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A big high in the Tasman Sea and a trough across south Western Australia is the cause of dramatically increased heat in the east of the country A big high pressure system in the Tasman Sea and a trough across south Western Australia will see the mercury soar in the east of the country in the coming days.

Records are expected to be broken on Thursday in Sale, in the Gippsland region of Victoria, when the mercury soars to 36C - the hottest October temperature since 1940.

Get ready to sizzle! Temperatures are set to soar past 30C in nearly every capital city as searing heatwave sweeps across Australia - giving thousands of workers the right to walk off the job

  Get ready to sizzle! Temperatures are set to soar past 30C in nearly every capital city as searing heatwave sweeps across Australia - giving thousands of workers the right to walk off the job Adelaide is in for a scorching October as the city reaches 31C on Wednesday and is expected to peak up to 36C on Thursday.Hot air is drifting down from the Top End to southern parts of Australia, causing the mercury to spike in the next few days - and potentially giving thousands of people the right to take time off work.

Australia has just sweltered through at least five of its 10 warmest days on record, authorities estimate. The hottest day on record for Australia is 7 January 2013, when the But meteorologists say they are then set to rise in Western Australia . Parts of the state could see temperatures up to 14

Australia is set to swelter through the weekend, with extreme heat warnings in place as temperatures pass 40C across the country . The post-Christmas heatwave shows no signs of easing, with warnings in place across parts of New South New Year ’s Day will be day nine of that heatwave .

Areas of Tasmania, South Australia and Canberra are forecast to have temperatures as high as 31C to 34C on Friday before thunderstorms roll in on the weekend.

Sydneysiders are expected to enjoy a warm 27C on Thursday and Friday, but are warned of bushfires which are still burning across the state.

Further north, Brisbane will peak at 27C but showers will dampen their parade just in time for the weekend.

Darwin will have a week of showers but still muggy temperatures hovering around 32C.

Sky News Weather channel Meteorologist Tom Saunders said most of the southern area of Australia can expect temperatures well above October averages.

Australia's heatwave could mean last-minute visitors to Uluru miss their chance to climb

  Australia's heatwave could mean last-minute visitors to Uluru miss their chance to climb The climb up Uluru is closed when temperatures reach 36 degrees or above and it is likely the climb will be closed at certain periods over the coming days. Today's temperatures in Uluru have a low of 36 degrees and as of 9am local time temperatures were already above 30.© AAP Tourists are seen lining up to climb Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory. Tomorrow is expected to be even hotter with temperatures expected to exceed the 36-degree climbing limit as early as 10am.

Roads melt as heatwave escalates across parts of Australia . When the forecast map turns this colour Temperature records have already been broken but the worst of the heatwave sweeping across The Bureau of Meteorology warned Friday will mark the peak of the week- long heatwave

A prolonged heatwave has seen the month of January officially go down as the hottest in Australia since records began. Millions of fish have died as a result of the hot weather. The Murray-Darling, the country ’s largest river system connecting five of its seven states, saw several mass die-off events.

'Sale, for example, in Gippsland, 35C is your forecast for Thursday. That would be the hottest October day since 1940, so it’s rare that you see temperatures that hot this time of year,' he said.

The extreme October heat wont stick around for long with forecasters predicting wet and stormy weather next week in eastern Australia.

Central and western Queensland as well as northern inland NSW will endure the wet weather first between Tuesday and Thursday, with an expected 10-30mm.

The storms will then shift towards the Murray Darlin Basin between Saturday and Tuesday.

THE FORECAST IN YOUR CITY

SYDNEY

THURSDAY: Min 17. Max 27. Smoke haze.

FRIDAY: Min 17. Max 27. Becoming windy. Mostly sunny.

SATURDAY: Min 18. Max 29. Mostly sunny.

SUNDAY: Min 19. Max 29. Shower or two. Possible storm.

Hottest October day ever for parts of South Australia

  Hottest October day ever for parts of South Australia Parts of South Australia have sweltered through their hottest October day in more than a century. Hot northerly winds ahead of an approaching cold front caused temperatures to climb more than 15 degrees above average in parts of South Australia today, with Ceduna reaching 40.1C by 1pmFurther east, Port Lincoln had reached 40.8 degrees at 3:08pm.© AAP Parts of South Australia faced sweltering conditions today. This was the hottest day ever recorded during October at either of Port Lincoln's two past and present weather stations, which collectively have data going back to 1892. The previous record was 38.

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September is set to be a scorcher as the heatwave returns to the UK, although temperatures are unlikely to see How long did the heatwave last ? The UK has been experiencing hot weather since April. Wet wet wet. Met Office warns parts of UK to be hit by 36 hours of torrential rain & floods.

MONDAY: Min 19. Max 24. Showers. Possible storm.

BRISBANE:

THURSDAY: Min 17. Max 27. Partly cloudy.

FRIDAY: Min 18. Max 26. Shower or two.

Sydney set to sizzle as heatwave brings sweltering temperatures

  Sydney set to sizzle as heatwave brings sweltering temperatures The mercury has been rising across the south and east of the country all week, with Sydney set to get hit by sweltering temperatures over the next few days. It comes as parts of South Australia sweltered through their hottest October day in more than a century, reaching temperatures in excess of 40C. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

Sydneysiders are set to sweat through the hottest January night on record as the Australian heat wave continues. Thousands of people across Sydney's west have lost power after temperatures climbed to around Sydney residents tried to keep their pets cool ahead of day four of the heatwave .

Most of Australia is set to scorch through Christmas Day , with temperatures in parts of the country nudging 50C.. A high pressure system covering Western Australia will continue to swelter through its current heatwave with Marble Bar in the Pilbara region forecast to hit a blistering 47C on Christmas

SATURDAY: Min 19. Max 26. Shower or two.

SUNDAY: Min 19. Max 27. Partly cloudy.

MONDAY: Min 19. Max 29. Partly cloudy.

ADELAIDE:

THURSDAY: Min 22. Max 36. Sunny.

FRIDAY: Min 24. Max 32. Showers developing.

SATURDAY: Min 14. Max 23. Sunny.

SUNDAY: Min 12. Max 20. Partly cloudy.

MONDAY: Min 10. Max 20. Partly cloudy.

PERTH:

THURSDAY: Min 13. Max 18. Showers. Windy.

FRIDAY: Min 11. Max 19. Shower or two.

SATURDAY: Min 11. Max 21. Possible shower.

SUNDAY: Min 10. Max 22. Partly cloudy.

MONDAY: Min 11. Max 24. Sunny.

MELBOURNE:

THURSDAY: Min 17. Max 35. Sunny.

FRIDAY: Min 22. Max 34. Dry, windy day. Showers overnight.

SATURDAY: Min 18. Max 24. Showers. Possible thunderstorms.

SUNDAY: Min 13. Max 22. A few showers.

MONDAY: Min 10. Max 18. Partly cloudy.

CANBERRA:

THURSDAY: Min 9. Max 32. Sunny.

FRIDAY: Min 10. Max 32. Sunny.

SATURDAY: Min 15. Max 30. Possible shower.

SUNDAY: Min 15. Max 24. Showers. Possible storm.

MONDAY: Min 11. Max 24. Possible shower.

DARWIN:

THURSDAY: Min 25. Max 32. Shower or two. Possible storm.

FRIDAY: Min 25. Max 32. Shower or two. Possible storm.

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  WA records second-warmest October on record and driest month in 40 years Despite a blast of icy air delivering gusty showers and hail to south western parts of WA this week, the state just posted its second-warmest October on record and the driest in 40 years. The mean maximum temperature was 3.58 degrees Celsius above average across the state, driven largely by blistering heat in northern and eastern parts of WA, according to the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

A scorcher is on the way for parts of Tasmania, South Australia and Victoria where temperatures in some Parts of Victoria are expected to eclipse the hottest October day since 1940 on Thursday. But the warmer weather won ’ t last — thunderstorms are expected to follow on Saturday as punters

Long -range UK weather forecasts promise THREE MONTHS of sunshine and warm weather. Piers Corbyn, forecaster for WeatherAction, said swathes of tropical air will sweep the country through this Summer 1976 still holds the record for the hottest and lengthiest heatwave which saw Britain

SATURDAY: Min 26. Max 32. Shower or two. Possible storm.

Australia records three years of hotter than average monthly temperatures

  Australia records three years of hotter than average monthly temperatures The country just had its third-hottest October on record - making it the 36th above-average month in a row.The country just had its second-hottest October in terms of mean maximum temperatures, reaching a blistering 2.91 degrees above the long-term average.

BRITAIN is braced for the hottest October day for seven years this week, days after nationwide downpours caused widespread traffic disruption. But it could also bring gales up to 80 mph to the North of the country midweek. Met Office forecaster Steven Keates said: "A nice spell of weather is

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SUNDAY: Min 26. Max 33. Shower or two. Possible storm.

You can't sweat out a cold, and trying to could make it harder for you to recover

  You can't sweat out a cold, and trying to could make it harder for you to recover If you try to sweat out a cold, you risk dehydrating yourself. This can backfire and prevent you from recovering as fast. When you have a fever, doctors recommend acetaminophen to lower your fever and prevent you from sweating and subsequent fluid loss. Research suggests that regular exercise can strengthen your immune system and lower your risk of catching a cold. This article was reviewed by Tania Elliott, MD, who specialises in infectious diseases related to allergies and immunology for internal medicine at NYU Langone Health. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There are plenty of ways to get over a cold. Eat the right foods.

ONE man is dead after parts of Australia sweltered today, but the heatwave that has gripped us for days has made way for a big change. Newcastle also saw its hottest day in 12 years , peaking at 40C. A heatwave is defined as three or more days of above minimum and maximum temperatures.

MONDAY: Min 26. Max 33. Shower or two. Possible storm.

HOBART:

THURSDAY: Min 9. Max 30. Hot. Partly cloudy.

FRIDAY: Min 18. Max 31. Hot. Becoming windy.

SATURDAY: Min 15. Max 25. Rain easing.

SUNDAY: Min 10. Max 21. Shower or two.

MONDAY: Min 8. Max 17. Shower or two.

Source: Bureau of Meteorology

You can't sweat out a cold, and trying to could make it harder for you to recover .
If you try to sweat out a cold, you risk dehydrating yourself. This can backfire and prevent you from recovering as fast. When you have a fever, doctors recommend acetaminophen to lower your fever and prevent you from sweating and subsequent fluid loss. Research suggests that regular exercise can strengthen your immune system and lower your risk of catching a cold. This article was reviewed by Tania Elliott, MD, who specialises in infectious diseases related to allergies and immunology for internal medicine at NYU Langone Health. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There are plenty of ways to get over a cold. Eat the right foods.

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