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Queensland braces for record temperatures as heatwave intensifies in first days of summer – ABC News

Several locations in the southern part of Queensland are set to approach December records in the wake of the state’s second-warmest November, the Bureau of Meteorology…

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Heat records could tumble today as sweltering conditions intensify in parts of southern Queensland, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) says.

  • Inland maximum temperatures are forecast to be 8-10C above average
  • Goondiwindi is set to peak at 46C, with St George reaching 44C
  • Brisbane’s predicted top temperature is 34C, with Ipswich expecting 40C

A trough system that brought scorching temperatures to south-west Queensland over the last few days now has its sights set on parts of the Maranoa and Warrego and…

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