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Heat wave forecast for NSW, WA, SA, Victoria, but Sydney will be spared if rain hits Queensland

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Summer has finally arrived as authorities issue heat wave warnings for six states and territories, while parts of Australia have been sweltering above 45 degrees for days.

Western Australia, South Australia, NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and the ACT will face significantly higher than average temperatures both day and night over the next week.

Eastern Western Australia, Northern South Australia, Western NSW and North Western Victoria are all expecting days above 40 degrees, with the mercury expected to peak this weekend.

The most extreme heat will hit Western Australia, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.

Meteorologists warned on Friday that heat from Western Australia’s Pilbara desert region is blowing hot air south-east into South Australia and Victoria, bringing sweltering temperatures to the United States.

Summer Is Finally Here As Authorities Issue Heat Wave Warnings For Six States And Territories As Parts Of Australia Have Been Sweltering Above 45 Degrees For Days

Summer is finally here as authorities issue heat wave warnings for six states and territories as parts of Australia have been sweltering above 45 degrees for days

Eastern Western Australia, Northern South Australia, Western Nsw And North Western Victoria Are All Expecting Days Above 40 Degrees And The Mercury Is Expected To Peak Early Next Week

Eastern Western Australia, Northern South Australia, Western Nsw And North Western Victoria Are All Expecting Days Above 40 Degrees And The Mercury Is Expected To Peak Early Next Week

Eastern Western Australia, Northern South Australia, Western NSW and North Western Victoria are all expecting days above 40 degrees and the mercury is expected to peak early next week

However, the capitals of the federal states will be spared from the most extreme heat in the country.

“Very extreme heat” is expected on Saturday, with temperatures 15 degrees or more above average.

In Queensland, forecasters predict the state will experience its heaviest rainfall in years.

“It’s going to be a very intense weekend of rain,” said Sky News Weather meteorologist Alison Osborne news.com.au.

“January 2023 could be the wettest month for parts of the Queensland coast since February 2021.”

Some showers are likely to fall in southern NSW and Victoria on Sunday, but it will remain warm.

1673581262 998 Heat Wave Forecast For Nsw Wa Sa Victoria But Sydney

1673581262 998 Heat Wave Forecast For Nsw Wa Sa Victoria But Sydney

“Very extreme heat” is expected on Saturday, with temperatures 15 degrees or more above average. While in Queensland, forecasters predict the state could see its heaviest rainfall in years

Despite heavy showers across much of Queensland, Brisbane may not see even a drop of rain and is expected to be spared the wet weather but still be cooler than the southern states with highs of 29 degrees in the city.

Sydney will be spared the NSW heat wave as the weekend forecast will be sunny with highs of 29 degrees and lows around 20 degrees.

Sydney has now endured almost a year with days below 30 degrees, breaking a 140-year temperature record, while the city is only weeks away from destroying the data.

Nsw'S Heat Wave Will Prevent The Capital From Reaching The 30 Degree Mark Again, Though It Is Set For A Sunny Weekend With Highs Of 29 Degrees And Lows Around 20 Degrees.

Nsw'S Heat Wave Will Prevent The Capital From Reaching The 30 Degree Mark Again, Though It Is Set For A Sunny Weekend With Highs Of 29 Degrees And Lows Around 20 Degrees.

NSW’s heat wave will prevent the capital from reaching the 30 degree mark again, though it is set for a sunny weekend with highs of 29 degrees and lows around 20 degrees.

Sydney Has Now Endured Almost A Year With Days Below 30 Degrees, Breaking A Temperature Record Held For 140 Years, While The City Is Just Weeks Away From Completely Destroying The Data

Sydney Has Now Endured Almost A Year With Days Below 30 Degrees, Breaking A 140-Year Temperature Record, While The City Is Just Weeks Away From Destroying All Data

Sydney has now endured almost a year with days below 30 degrees, breaking a temperature record held for 140 years, while the city is just weeks away from completely destroying the data

Weatherzone meteorologist James Rout told Daily Mail Australia there is a real possibility the streak will continue for at least another two weeks.

Sydney has not seen a day above 30 degrees since February 21, 2022 and if the temperature does not rise above 30 degrees on January 28, it will officially be an all-time record.

Mr. Rout thinks that the barrier will be finally broken at the end of January or the beginning of February.

“The long-term outlook shows that temperatures will rise in late January to early February,” he said.

While Greater Sydney will mostly dodge the heat along the coast, the outer western suburbs can expect a 35 degree rise by Sunday.

A storm is expected to roll through the capital on Friday in the ACT, before a dry Saturday and another small storm on Sunday.

However, the 30 degree barrier will be broken in Canberra with 32 degree temperatures over the weekend.

The Most Extreme Heat Is Reserved For Victoria, South Australia And Tasmania. Heat From Western Australia'S Pilbara Region Will Direct Hot Air Southeast Into South Australia And Victoria, Bringing Tropical Temperatures

The Most Extreme Heat Is Reserved For Victoria, South Australia And Tasmania. Heat From Western Australia'S Pilbara Region Will Direct Hot Air Southeast Into South Australia And Victoria, Bringing Tropical Temperatures

The most extreme heat is reserved for Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania. Heat from Western Australia’s Pilbara region will direct hot air southeast into South Australia and Victoria, bringing tropical temperatures

Perth will be hot and sunny for the next week, with the mercury rising above 30 degrees each day, with clear skies.

Saturday will be the day of the peak heat that brings an increased fire risk to South Australia and Victoria.

In Adelaide, a maximum of 37 degrees is expected on Friday and 38 degrees on Saturday.

In Melbourne It Will Only Be 26 Degrees On Friday, But They Are In For A Scorching Weekend. The City Is Expected To Hit 35 Degrees On Saturday, Before Boiling To 37 Degrees On Sunday

In Melbourne It Will Only Be 26 Degrees On Friday, But They Are In For A Scorching Weekend. The City Is Expected To Hit 35 Degrees On Saturday, Before Boiling To 37 Degrees On Sunday

In Melbourne it will only be 26 degrees on Friday, but they are in for a scorching weekend. The city is expected to hit 35 degrees on Saturday, before boiling to 37 degrees on Sunday

The capital cools down on Sunday, with a maximum of 29 degrees.

But by Tuesday it will be hot again with a maximum of 39 degrees.

In Melbourne it will only be 26 degrees on Friday, but they are in for a scorching weekend.

The city is expected to hit 35 degrees on Saturday, before boiling to 37 degrees on Sunday.

While Hobart hits 30 degrees on Saturday before cooling down to just 19 degrees on Sunday.

WEEKEND WEATHER FORECAST FOR EACH CAPITAL

CANBERRA

Saturday: Partly cloudy. min. 15 – max. 31

Sunday: Rain or two, possible thunder. Minimum 14 – Maximum 32.

SYDNEY

Saturday: Partly cloudy. Minimum 21- Maximum 28.

Sunday: Sunny. min. 19 – max. 29.

DARWIN

Saturday: showers. Possible thunderstorm. Minimum 25 – Maximum 32.

Sunday: showers. Possible thunderstorm. Minimum 25 – Maximum 31.

BRISBANE

Saturday: Partly cloudy. min. 21 – max. 28.

Sunday: Partly cloudy. Minimum 20 – Maximum 29.

MELBOURNE 6.

Saturday: humid. Partly cloudy. min. 18 – max. 35.

Sunday: Cloudy. min. 18 – max. 22.

ADELAIDE

Saturday: Sunny. Minimum 23 – Maximum 38.

Sunday: Partly cloudy. min. 16 – max. 29.

PERTH

Saturday: Sunny. Minimum 15 – Maximum 32.

Sunday: Sunny. Minimum 15 – Maximum 32.

HOBART

Saturday: Sunny. min. 16 – max. 30.

Sunday: Partly cloudy. min. 15 – max. 19.

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