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Blistering conditions are forecast for parts of Queensland.
Thanks for the poison lobster, El Niño.
Chris Holcomb posted the text exchange with his daughter on social media.
Get smart inside when it's scorching.
And people aren't impressed.
Wei Liu et al.
A stubborn heatwave is settling in across NSW with little relief in sight for days as warm air blown in from central Australia blankets the state. The mercury is forecast to hit 38 degrees in Penrith...
"Engine" of the sea could sputter to a halt due to climate change.
A look back on a year of extreme weather events.
A major flood warning has been issued.
Authorities are warning residents to take precautions in extreme heat.
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Victorian residents are being told to brace for heavy rains after SA copped it.
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It's flooding in the desert.
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Around 218,000 people fled to evacuation centers after authorities warned of storm surges and flooding in coastal villages and low-lying areas.
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The park is closed until further notice.
Adelaide claimed hottest Christmas city in the world.
Oh, and save a prawn for us. Cheers.
When you're homeless, it's hard to keep cool. Melbourne is trying to help.
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It's going to be hot, hot, hot.
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This is not a mirage. On Dec. 19, snow fell on the red dunes of the Sahara Desert for the first time in nearly 40 years. Karim Bouchetata, an amateur photographer, captured photos of the rare event in...
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The pollution has put northern China on red alert.
If the Totten glacier melts, global sea levels will rise by 3.5 metres.
They may not smell good, but they could save you from serious mosquito-borne disease.
Don't argue with anybody from Sydney today. Or anyone from Canberra. They will be grumpier than you and they will win. And the reason they'll be grumpy is both cities just sweated through their hottes...
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Wednesday night won't drop below 25C.
Enjoy the cool, 'cos it's going to get bloody hot next week.
To the delight of Instagrammers everywhere.