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Heat wave conditions They are expected to return to much of the eastern part of the country today after a brief respite.

New South Wales and Queensland will be the hardest hit by the heat, starting today.

Temperatures in west Queensland will hit the mid to late 40s tomorrow, with Birdsville hitting 47 ° C starting tomorrow.

National weather forecast for Friday, December 4, 2020. (Nine news)

Brisbane will be 32 ° C today, while Sunday is likely to hit 37 ° C at Toowoomba and the Darling Downs on Sunday.

In New South Wales, western Sydney will hit 35 ° C today, and the warm weather will extend into the weekend.

Today, across the country, the canals are generating rains and storms in parts of Western Australia, parts of the northern Northern Territory, southern Queensland and northern New South Wales.

The canals are also extremely hot in western Queensland, the interior of the Northern Territory and the interior of Western Australia. The humid westerly winds in Tasmania are bringing some rain, mainly to the west.

A late shower, very warm to hot in the southeast. Clear, very warm showers in the northeast. Sunny, hot in the northwest. Late rain or storm, heat in the southwest.

Brisbane is expected to reach 30 degrees by 9 a.m. M. And may the warm weather last all weekend.

West Sydney will be 35 ° C today, after two days of cooler conditions.

There will be showers and storms, warm in the northeast. Late, cool to temperate showers in the southeast. Windy in the Alps. Sunny, very warm in the southwest. Mostly sunny, hot in the northwest.

Canberra will be hot and sunny with a maximum temperature of 29 ° C.

In Victoria, it will be mostly sunny, cool to temperate in the southwest. Foggy then sunny, cool to temperate in the southeast. Sunny, very warm to hot in the north.

Melbourne will see a cooler 23C, with sunny skies.

Windy with showers, cool in the southwest. Clear, temperate showers in the southeast. Windy, cool to temperate in the northwest. Mostly sunny, temperate in the northeast.

Then sunny, warm fog in the southeast. Sunny, very hot in the center. Mostly sunny, hot to very hot in the west and north.

Adelaide will hit 33 ° C, while other northern areas will rise to the early 30s and early 40s, with Coober Pedy at 39 ° C and Oodnadatta at 42 degrees.

Mostly sunny, cool to temperate in the southwest. Windy, cool to temperate in the south. Mostly sunny, hot in the north with rains / storms inland.

Perth will have a mild 24-degree temperature, but the northern areas, including Port Headland, will hit the late 30s and early 40s.

At the higher end, there is a late shower after a very hot day..

Showers / storms, warm Arnhem. Mostly sunny, hot in the interior and south.

Darwin will reach 35C, Alice Springs 41C.


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