Sydney’s scorcher set continue; global records could tumble

Guardian: Sydney's scorching weather is set to continue on Monday, with temperatures forecast to surge beyond 31 degrees and the chance of a thunderstorm developing during the day. In Sydney's western suburbs, temperatures are expected to hit the mid-30's, eclipsing Sunday's high of 36 degrees, said Jane Golding, a meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology. It is a familiar story across the state. Over the weekend towns in north-western NSW experienced their first 40-degree day for spring this year,......

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