Wednesday , January 27 2021

Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide Weather: Code red



The Meteorological Office (BOM) has said that it is not necessary to leave the thermostat shut, until at least the temperatures in the weekend reach many cities in the mid-40s.

It is really foreseen to be hotter than what is predicted in some parts of South Australia, "Code Red" for the most vulnerable to heat emergency.

Elderly and homeless are conditions, but the duration and intensity of the heat can be compromised to prevent and hydrate the "responsible activity" of anyone at risk.

Adelaide, Canberra, western Sydney and New South Wales and Victoria area areas are particularly at stake. The capital is the highest heat temperature for five years.

In the western suburbs of Sydney, the temperature needs more than 16 degrees on the beach. On Friday, Bondi arrived at 30C, at 45C.

"This heat is already breaking the record, with Borrona Downs, in the northwestern northwest, NSW, recording the hottest monthly temperature in the state," he said Sky News Weather Channel Rob Sharpe meteorologist.

Mercury dropped to 34.6 on Sunday, winning the previous record of White Cliffs in 2017 at 34.2 C. "

EXPIRY TERM

Southeast Southeastern South-East Australian Southeastern Queensland south-east. The "extreme" heatwave, which can cause health risks to fit people, is growing at the east of NSW.

The average temperature is 10 ° C for daily temperatures and 10C tall at night, until Friday.

"The heat will be from this week and people will be warned not to wait until a week at least until the weekend," said BOM New South Wales on Tuesday.

"Heatwave conditions can also have a great impact on people's health, and the community warns them to avoid possible physical exercise, to be hydrated and to protect older or vulnerable communities."

SydneyThe CBD will see today's 30C up to 34C on Friday, with a drop of 24C night-time. Penrith 41C will be today, arriving at 45C on Friday.

On the inside, Dubbo 45C could be seen on Wednesday and Thursday, with Wagga 40 days ahead of 40 days and Broken Hille reached 46C on Thursday. Coastal sites should be cooler.

Canberra 39C now sees and, after three days, is over 40C.

RED CODE DECLARED

In Adelaide, the State Emergency Services has issued a warning of extreme warming and the State government has declared a Code Red on Tuesday and Wednesday during the 40s of the same state.

Code Red will launch additional funding for home-based services, while a special phone line will work during the next two days, controlling the risks of elderly people and others.

Adelaide On Wednesday, at 40C, on Wednesday, 41C max will be seen and 37C will be a little lower on Thursday. Some nights a few nights may not be fresher than 24C.

At the weekend, 40C of the upper city also went to the north, while the centers grew up at 48C in Marree.

The prime minister, Steven Marshall, has taken care of the Austrian banquets to make it so hot and cool as possible.

"The temperatures forecast in this week are extraordinary," said the prime minister.

Mr. Sharpe said the central Australian hot air leapt to the south: "The earthquake has been cold and severe after a few days in the south-east, but today Victoria is spreading across Adelaide and parts of Tasmania, from Tuesday to Sydney and the New South Wales They will be a huge ACT.

"This is a very hot territory and the heat lasts."

MELBOURNE: BEFORE

Melbourne It's positive compared. 33C today and then around the 29-33C mark during the weekend. Despite being the highest in the mid-30s in the capital city.

Very hot in the village of Bendigo from 43C to today until 44C on Wednesdays and at Wodonga until Tuesday 45C.

"On Wednesday, a great change gives a bit of temperature, but a good change is made on Friday. However, the cold wind will have a high fire hazard," Mr. Sharpe said.

In NSW, the cool weather will not go until Sunday, because this week it will be the first day of under 30 under.

Adelaide's temperature will go to 35C on Thursday, then 32 to 20 a week. Melbourne will be at the end of the week in the mid-eighties, and then, within a few years, it will rain for the weekend.

QUEENSLAND, TERRITORY, WA and TASMANIA

On the other hand, Brisbane They will see the same sunny days, much more useful than 32 minutes a week, along the coast along the coast of Cairns, but with a stunning shower.

Darwin Most weeks of 32C have storms. Perth It will be sunny and will continue around 30C, but it can shoot mercury at 36C or 38C weekends.

Tasmanian, 25C summer, Monday morning Hobart 29C will rise on Tuesday. We're waiting for Launceston to wait. Cooler than the steam, sure but still very high south.

– With AAP.


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