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10-01-2019, 23:00   #91
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Level 5 avalanche catastrophe warning in the alps. Sorry to those who use twitter, I love the UK met office GIFs.

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Lightning strikes a military plane in Kuwait while in flight.

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The Sydney Morning Herald reports that the top 15 temperatures recorded in the world, yesterday, were all in Australia. Looking at the forecast map on that article, roughly half of Australia is expected to be hotter than 42°C today, with a quarter of the country hotter than 45°C.
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The Sydney Morning Herald reports that the top 15 temperatures recorded in the world, yesterday, were all in Australia. Looking at the forecast map on that article, roughly half of Australia is expected to be hotter than 42°C today, with a quarter of the country hotter than 45°C.
Was 47° today where am about 30km north from Mildura. It's being like this since Monday and is to also be like this tomorrow dropping back down to low 30s the weekend.
The temperature out here though is taken at the airport in the shade so realistically it was probably above 50° today. The tap water is no longer nice to drink and the fish are starting to die in both the Murray and Darling rivers.

We're also knocking off work no later then midday as well as it just too much to bare.
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