Sydney Will Melt Through A 44 Degree Day This Saturday, So Text Your Mate With Aircon ASAP
Climate / 05.12.2023

Sydney Will Melt Through A 44 Degree Day This Saturday, So Text Your Mate With Aircon ASAP

Residents of Sydney better start panic-buying sunscreen and Zooper Doopers, because the forecast for this Saturday is predicting a deadly high temperature of 44°C in some parts of the NSW capital city. Dibs on all the blue Zooper Doopers BTW. On Saturday December 9, temperatures are predicted to skyrocket to between 43°C-44°C in the western […] The post Sydney Will Melt Through A 44 Degree Day This Saturday, So Text Your Mate With Aircon ASAP appeared first on PEDESTRIAN.TV .

Residents of Sydney better start panic-buying sunscreen and Zooper Doopers, because the forecast for this Saturday is predicting a deadly high temperature of 44°C in some parts of the NSW capital city. . On Saturday December 9, temperatures are predicted to skyrocket to between 43°C-44°C in the western Sydney locations of Auburn, Penshurst, Bankstown, Burwood, Liverpool, Mount Druitt, Castle Hill, Parramatta and Penrith. These forecasts come from Apple’s Weather app, with the predicted temps blazing in a warning red for residents. Sometimes the Sydney experience is likened to living in Hell. The cost of food and rent is ungodly, and the general arrangement of the city was clearly designed by Michael from to perpetually torture all who are stuck there. Not to mention that the spawn of Satan ( ) call it home. With these hellish heats set to continue, the metaphor only becomes even more unshakeable. Here are the predicted highs and lows for some of the hottest Sydney locations on Saturday, according to Apple Weather: The Bureau of Meteorology warns that the heatwave is set to continue all throughout the summer as ramps up. In October scientists declared that 2023 was set to be the hottest year since records starting being kept, as a result of human-driven climate change. So basically, it is going to keep getting hotter. With that in mind, some of the best ways to stay safe from the sun and as recommended by NSW Health are: Whilst it might be tempting to do something like go cool off at a beach, be aware that as that such highly populated areas pose huge risks of catching COVID! Stay sun safe, stay cool, stay sexy, and slip slop slap!

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