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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Sydney sizzles on HOTTEST day on record! Mercury soars to 46.4°C in Australia as heat triggers massive bushfires

By RICHARD SHEARS

Cooling down: Party-goers try and escape the 44 plus degrees temperatures by standing under a fire hose at the Sydney Big Day Out

As Britain shivered today the Australian city of Sydney is experiencing its hottest day on record.
Thousands rushed to the beaches in and around Sydney as the city recorded its hottest-ever day – 45.8°C, 0.5°C above the previous hottest day in 1939.
At Sydney airport, the temperature was even higher - 46.4°C.

Hot weather warning: Thousands of revellers at the Big Day Out at the Sydney Showground were also warned to drink plenty of water and wear protective clothing and sunscreen

Reclining on Sydney's Bondi Beach, British tourist Jamie Watson, 22, from Manchester, took pity on 'the folks back home.'
'You've got to feel sorry for them,' he said. 'I've been reading how cold it is back there. Yes, it's very, very hot here but all I have to do is run into the surf and I cool down immediately.'
The heat wave caused traffic chaos, with traffic lights breaking down and there were major delays on the city’s rail network after critical power units succumbed to the heat.

Record breaking: People sunbathe and swim at Dee Why beach n Sydney, Australia. Sydney temperatures reached 45.8 celcius degrees today, breaking the previous record of 45.3 set in 1939

It was so hot that CityRail put out warnings to passengers saying that if they began to feel unwell on a train they should seek help – or get off at the next stop and look for assistance.
Everyone was advised to carry a bottle of water with them.
Race meetings in New South Wales were called off and golf courses were empty – but public swimming baths were filled to capacity.
Thousands of revellers at the Big Day Out at the Sydney Showground were also warned to drink plenty of water and wear protective clothing and sunscreen.

Fun in the sun: Thousands rushed to the beaches in and around Sydney as the city recorded its hottest-ever day

source: dailymail



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