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    The Aussies have been suffering enough. Quick, steal some more e-mails and send them to Australia. I am sure that will alleviate the situation.

    November 2009 southeastern Australia heat wave - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The November 2009 southeastern Australia heat wave is a heat wave currently occurring in the southeastern Australian states of South Australia, Victoria and southern New South Wales. Daily maximum temperatures during the heat wave have been roughly 10 °C (18 °F) above average in many locations. Capital cities Adelaide and Melbourne, have recorded temperatures over 35 °C (95 °F), and some regional towns recording temperatures above 40 °C (104 °F).[2] Above average temperatures in the region began in late October and are still persisting as of 16 November 2009.

    Many locations through the region have broken temperature records for November. This November heat wave is the second heat wave experienced in the region within a 10 month period, the earlier being the 2009 southeastern Australia heat wave in January and February 2009, to which 374 deaths have been attributed. Whilst this first heat wave was far more intense, the more recent November heat wave has been more extensive and long lasting.
     
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    This "heat wave" you're bleating about is called SUMMER in the Southern Hemisphere.

    You know--when the Earth shifts on itx axis and the southern part of the planet is closer to the sun than the northern part (where we live in the Northern Hemisphere it is winter). :funnyface:

    It is SUPPOSED TO BE HOT in Australia in the SUMMER, dumbass. :rolleyes:
     
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    Two years, three record heat waves in southeastern Australia « BraveNewClimate

    Summer 2009 — 2010 hasn’t even begun in Australia, and yet we are already sweltering under another record heat wave — the third in two years. Temperature records for the month of November have been broken across the region, caused by a blocking high pressure system over the Tasman Sea. This follows an abnormally hot winter, including Australia’s hottest August on record.

    In my home city of Adelaide, we’re still experiencing the first official November heat wave since records began (a ‘heat wave’ being defined here as five or more consecutive days above 35°C). Last Saturday 7th Nov, the mercury climbed to 34.4°C, and on Sunday the heat wave officially commenced. From Sun 8/11 to Sat 14/11, the maximum temperatures have been 36.7°C, 37.0°C, 38.6°C, 39.2°C, 39.0°C, 38.7°C and 39.5°C. The forecast for Sun 15/11 is 40 °C, after which the temperatures will drop back to the high 20s for a few days, and then another burst of days in the low-40s. If Sunday’s scorcher is realised (confirmed: 39.4°C), the heat wave will have lasted for 8 days [confirmed] (almost 9, with Sat 7/11 also almost reaching the threshold 35°C). Not a great time to hold a Christmas pageant — poor Santa!

    Bu-bu-bu-but it's cooling!!!!!!!
     
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    Dumb ass, it is spring in Australia! Summer begins at the winter solstice. Ever finish grade school?
     
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    Tell that to the Schoolies celebrating the END OF SCHOOL in Australia, fuckface. :funnyface:
     
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    OK, Jeny, go ahead, play the stupid bitch. Suits you well.
     
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    Aussie kids have been having *their version* of the American Spring Break since 21 November 2009.

    Gold Coast Schoolies Week 2009 :: News, Photo galleries video :: Gold Coast Events & Entertainment | goldcoast.com.au | Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

    The Queenslanders are just wrapping up their "Spring Break". Majority of which are 17 and too young to drink under Oz law. It's been mayhem and madness there for a week.

    Starting this weekend the Victorian and NSW kids move in to Surfer's Paradise in Southeastern Queensland...they're 18 and legal to drink. Much more massive partying will be taking place--only they can get into the night clubs. The Queenslanders couldn't.

    Check out the pics.....tell THEM its NOT SUMMER....

    Schoolies 2009 - Day 6, Nov 26 - Photo Gallery | Gold Coast Bulletin - Australia | goldcoast.com.au
     

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