HEAT WAVE CIRCLES SYDNEY. 09 Mar 1915. “This month has so far proved the hottest March experienced in Sydney.Much dust was carried by the blistering westerly and north- westerly wind. The forecast for to-morrow is more hot weather.”

HEAT WAVE CIRCLES SYDNEY. (1915, March 9). Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 – 1929), p. 3. Retrieved March 26, 2020, from https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/119885075?searchTerm=march%20heat%20wave&searchLimits=#
Sydney, Monday
—This month has so far proved the hottest March experienced in Sydney.
To-day the thermometer mounted to 100.7 decrees in the city.
In the Western suburbs higher readings were recorded.
Parramatta registered 104 degrees. It was very dry and hot with an exceptionally low pecentage of humidity.
Much dust was carried by the blistering westerly and north- westerly wind.
The forecast for to-morrow is more hot weather with prospects of the cool change, which is so much desired.
It is oppressively hot in the city to-night. Inland the weather is hot and dry.
A temperature of 105 decrees was reported from Bourke, and 106 from Jerry’s Plain.

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