Australian heatwave January 2014

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* [http://www.theage.com.au/environment/weather/melbournes-homeless-moved-on-from-sheltering-in-cool-public-spaces-20140115-30v5w.html Melbourne's homeless 'moved on' from sheltering in cool public spaces], The Age * [http://www.theage.com.au/environment/weather/melbournes-homeless-moved-on-from-sheltering-in-cool-public-spaces-20140115-30v5w.html Melbourne's homeless 'moved on' from sheltering in cool public spaces], The Age
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Australia experienced an extreme heatwave during mid-January 2014. Maximum temperatures in excess of 40C were experienced on successive days across Australia.

Adelaide is predicted to be the hottest city in the world on Thursday 16 January 2014.[1]

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  1. UN report says temperatures in Adelaide will make it world's hottest city on Thursday, News.com.au
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