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Australia is experiencing the warmest night ever recorded: temperature dives not under 36,6 degrees
Weernieuws A particular hitterecord for Australia: the hottest night ever recorded in the southern hemisphere comes in the name of the town Borrona Downs, far into the interior of New South Wales. It was there on the 26th of January is not colder than 36,6 degrees, reports the Dutch KNMI today.

Australia is struggling for two weeks with an exceptional heat wave. Temperatures occur at many places during the day well above 40 degrees and in different cities were hitterecords broken. So it was in Canberra for the first time on four consecutive days warmer than 40 degrees.

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According to the KNMI, the heat wave and the extremely high night-time temperatures the result of climate change. “Without human influences on the climate was the same record nearly been impossible,” writes Karin van der Wiel of the meteorological institute. The previous southern halfrondrecord dating back to 1982, when the - also in Australia - 35,5 degrees remained during the night.

Incidentally it is the new southern hemisphere record is still well below the world record. In June last year was in Quriyat in Oman is not cooler than 42,6 degrees. In Belgium, the nocturnal minimumtemperatuurrecord at 24,5 degrees, measured on July 4, 2015.

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