HEAT WAVES. January, 1858, when for eight days the temperature ranged from 107.1 deg. to 116.3 deg. = 46.8 Celsius.

TOPICS OF THE DAY. (1907, February 28). The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 – 1931), p. 6. Retrieved February 26, […]

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Climate change: NJ is warming faster than most of the country. Part 18 in everywhere is warming twice as fast as everywhere else.

https://www.app.com/story/news/local/land-environment/2019/08/23/nj-among-top-states-nation-climate-change/2063691001/ The New Jersey lobster boom has passed. Tom Fote, legislative chairman for The Jersey Coast Anglers Association, recalls a time in the 1990s when […]

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Heatwave Hits Five States. 04 Feb 1953. N.S.W. coastal areas are not likely to get relief from the ‘jungle-type’ conditions until Friday.

Heatwave Hits Five States (1953, February 4). The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 – 1954), p. 2. Retrieved February 3, […]

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National Parks are warming twice as fast as the U.S. overall. Part 26 in everywhere is warming twice as fast as everywhere else.

https://www.hcn.org/articles/climate-change-national-parks-are-warming-twice-as-fast-as-the-u-s-overall Climate change poses the greatest threat to some of the country’s most prized areas. Emily Benson News Sept. 24, […]

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VICTORIAN RECORD BROKEN. MILDURA, 123 DEGREES. 06 Jan 1906. 123deg F = 50.5 Celsius

THE HOT WEATHER. (1906, January 6). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 – 1957), p. 15. Retrieved January 11, 2021, […]

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INTENSE HEAT. Dec 29 1896. The maximum temperature was 114, this being during the hot wind. 114 deg F = 45.5 Celsius.

INTENSE HEAT. (1896, December 29). Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 – 1940), p. 4. Retrieved December 29, 2020, […]

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THE CAUSE OF HOT AND COLD SUMMERS. 12 Dec 1846.

THE CAUSE OF HOT AND COLD SUMMERS. (1846, December 12). Geelong Advertiser and Squatters’ Advocate (Vic. : 1845 – 1847), […]

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