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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. +[[Image:2014-01-16 Australian heatwave 2.jpg|400px|thumb|right|Temperatures may hit 50 degrees on Thursday in north-west WA. Source: BoM]]
 +[[Image:2014-01-16 Australian heatwave.jpg|400px|thumb|right|Maximum temperatures across Australia 29 Dec 2013 to 4 Jan 2014]]
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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.<ref>[http://www.watoday.com.au/environment/weather/highly-significant-heatwave-smashes-australian-records-20140106-30dx5.html 'Highly significant' heatwave smashes Australian records], WA Today</ref>
Adelaide is predicted to be the hottest city in the world on Thursday 16 January 2014.<ref>[http://mobile.news.com.au/national/un-report-says-temperatures-in-adelaide-will-make-it-worlds-hottest-city-on-thursday/story-fncynjr2-1226802735418 UN report says temperatures in Adelaide will make it world's hottest city on Thursday], News.com.au</ref> Adelaide is predicted to be the hottest city in the world on Thursday 16 January 2014.<ref>[http://mobile.news.com.au/national/un-report-says-temperatures-in-adelaide-will-make-it-worlds-hottest-city-on-thursday/story-fncynjr2-1226802735418 UN report says temperatures in Adelaide will make it world's hottest city on Thursday], News.com.au</ref>

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Temperatures may hit 50 degrees on Thursday in north-west WA. Source: BoM
Temperatures may hit 50 degrees on Thursday in north-west WA. Source: BoM
Maximum temperatures across Australia 29 Dec 2013 to 4 Jan 2014
Maximum temperatures across Australia 29 Dec 2013 to 4 Jan 2014

Australia experienced an extreme heatwave during mid-January 2014. Maximum temperatures in excess of 40C were experienced on successive days across Australia.[1]

Adelaide is predicted to be the hottest city in the world on Thursday 16 January 2014.[2]

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References

  1. 'Highly significant' heatwave smashes Australian records, WA Today
  2. UN report says temperatures in Adelaide will make it world's hottest city on Thursday, News.com.au
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