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Sydney beaches packed as forecasts for NSW set to top 30 degrees – Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney was treated to 25-degree weather on Sunday afternoon, with Coogee and Bondi inundated with beachgoers making the most of the city’s hottest day since May 9.



The warmer weather had NSW Health on edge ahead of the weekend, with the eastern suburbs still an area of concern for community transmission of COVID-19.
In Sydney on Sunday, the highest temperature for the day was recorded at Badgerys Creek which warmed to 28.6 degrees by 2.30pm.
The highest temperature across the state was at Smithville in the north-west, reaching 28.9 degrees at 2pm.
Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster Alex Majchrowski said the heat on Sunday “was the result of a high-pr…

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