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Kumi Taguchi | 田口久実 Nov 27
Just gone for a walk in the oven that is Sydney. Realise now why Aussies are bloody tough. 'Yeah it's 40 degrees and I'm melting but hey, want to play some tennis and go for a run?'
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Guy Ballard Nov 27
Australia’s megabats will suffer and many will die from this week’s . A tragedy in action. We rely upon them for healthy east coast native forests.
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sam mostyn Nov 26
Australia weather: temperatures to soar to high 40s as weekend heatwave grips south-east
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Aneets Nov 26
This is the last time they’re going to look this lovely. Will no doubt be fried by Monday. ☹️
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ACF Nov 26
Get smart during the 🥵 1) Stay hydrated 2) Stay indoors or in the shade 3) Look after one another
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales Nov 27
To hot to even bother stealing chips.. apparently. With temperatures across large areas of the state already hitting the high 30's & low 40's this morning, even the seagulls seem to be following the advice to stay cool and hydrated.
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May⁷ ✨ Nov 27
Me for the next two days during the in Sydney:
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Caroline O'Dea (née Morano) Nov 26
Please don’t forget your furry friends in the 🐕 🐶🐾 If you can, bring them inside in the air conditioning. If that’s not possible, they’ll need lots of shade and water and a cool place to spend the day. It’s already 37°C 🥵
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Michael Dahlstrom Nov 27
Perfect weather to put some water out for the wildlife and check in with our pets.
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blu • knee-deep in the dream tream fandom help plz Nov 28
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Liz Hicks Nov 27
“What many people across the continent are facing today is the effects of the climate emergency at 1.4°C of global heating — and we’re on track for 4.4°C of heating by the end of the century” —
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abcemergency Nov 27
Severe to extreme conditions this weekend and beyond. Here's what's ahead:
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We Love Staffies Nov 27
It's 42°C (107°F) 😱 today. Insanely hot weather. Look out for your furry friends ☀ ❄ 💦
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10 News First Sydney Nov 27
Hey , can you spray us next? Torre, the Australian Sea Lion pup is enjoying a reprieve from the hot weather today.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Nov 24
Weather Update: Severe conditions expected across much of inland southern and eastern Australia. Video current at 1.30 pm AEDT Wednesday 25 November 2020. Check the latest forecasts at and follow advice from local health authorities.
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Dr Ruth DeSouza (FACN) Nov 26
This is for all the folks feeling very very hot today
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Dr Jon Finch Nov 27
Important to look out for your local “burbs” on super hot days like these. I made a waterbath from a large potting tray i found in the glasshouse i’m currently sheltering in
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Paul Jewell Nov 28
Library: I found a beautiful oasis in this 😊
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FalklandsinUK Nov 24
The locals like are really enjoying access to the beaches closest to Stanley, which are now mine free and reopen after 38 years; and the summer weather is even behaving to help !
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Denise Beale Nov 28
I've lived in the Pilbara & west of Mt Isa years ago, very hot places then, with 45 or 46 not uncommon. I don't know how anyone is going to live there in the future with climate change
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