Australia: Autumn mild weather sets record highs

West Australian: Record-breaking warm weather in autumn has propelled Australia's average temperature to its hottest two-year period recorded. Releasing a report today, the Climate Council said the unseasonally warm conditions again highlighted the need for action on global warming. The report said the average temperature was 1.11C higher during April, with the "warm wave" last month delaying the onset of winter across southern Australia. Council member Will Steffen said records set in WA last month included......

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