The Heat in the Country Sat. 25 Jan 1908

THE HEAT IN THE COUNTRY. (temps of 116 and 119F reported in this article = 46.6 and 48.3C) PORT PIRIE, […]

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Heat Waves Tues 7th Feb 1939

HEATWAVES. Some Interesting Figures. Whether or not the Murrumbidgee reached its lowest on record this summer may be debatable, but […]

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Hot Summers and Cool Winters 04 Sep 1866

HOT SUMMERS AND COLD WINTERS. In the year 401 A.D., the Black Sea was entirely frozen over, and in 462 […]

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The Port Pirie Recorder. Wednesday, January 3. 1900. The Heat.—It has been terrifically hot during the past few days. On […]

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A Warmer World The Queenslander July 21 1932

A Warmer World. SOME great world change is taking place on the Antarctic Continent. Its glaciers are shrinking. Commander L.A. […]

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Account of the Maldives 17 Feb 1837

The Maldives, that The natives observe the atolls to be wasting away; in some the cocoanut trees are standing in […]

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18 Jan 1896 Hawkesbury Heat 116-118.8deg

Hawkesbury District. The following record from the Peninsula Observatory (and for which we have to thank Mr John Tebbutt, F.R.A.S.) […]

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18 Jan 1896 Record Heat Four deaths occurred in Sydney on Monday

Four deaths occurred in Sydney on Monday from heat apoplexy or sunstroke; and four cases of sunstroke, not fatal, were […]

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THE WEATHER.-During the last few days the weather has been as hot

THE WEATHER.-During the last few days the weather has been as hot and as distressing as ever I remember in […]

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The Fahrenheit Temps. 116, 114, and 113 in the Banner Equal 46.6, 45.5 and 45 Degrees Celsius. Archived record temps well over 50 degrees are often found.

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/229484255?searchTerm=sidelights%20on%20sydney%27s%20heat%20and%20fires&searchLimits=# In 1932 Co2 was around 300 ppm. The purpose of my blog is simply to show historic heat and […]

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