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  •  Melbourne "will fare better"? wiki link: (1+ / 0-)
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    Summer 2013-14 was warmer than average for the entirety of Australia. Both Victoria and South Australia saw record breaking temperatures. Adelaide recorded a total of 13 days reaching 40 °C or more, 11 of which reached 42 °C or more, as well as its fifth hottest day on record—45.1°C on January 14. The amount of days over 40°C beat the previous record of summer 1897-1898, when 11 days above 40°C were recorded. Melbourne recorded six days over 40°C, while nighttime temperatures were much warmer than usual, with some nights failing to drop below 30°C

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    by Notreadytobenice on Thu Jul 24, 2014 at 01:56:54 PM PDT

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