Was summer really just 2.5 weeks ago? There are floods and heavy rain across parts of Queensland and NSW – and Australia’s east is set for more sogginess… About 3 times as much rain is expected in the coming week as would usually fall over the entirety of March in parts. It comes as Sydney and Adelaide yesterday recorded their coldest morning temperatures this early in the year for 27 years, dropping to 9.4C and 12.2C respectively. Largely missing the deluge is central and southern WA, which is set to sizzle through a heatwave from Friday with the temperature expected to reach up to 38C. Take care wherever you are – we worry about you.
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