Queensland and Western Australia residents are bracing themselves for scorching temperatures, and heat waves will peak in both states on Monday.
The record temperatures will reach Queensland. Rockhampton will rise to 41 degrees – the hottest February day in 52 years.
The mercury in Ipswich is expected to rise to 37 ° C, while in Brisbane it will be slightly cooler at 34 ° C. It comes after Sunday temperatures rose up to six degrees above average in parts of the state.
On the other side of the country, Perth temperatures will rise to 39 ° C while Port Hedland will hit 40 ° C.
In the meantime, the rest of the nation will be cooler, with showers and storms for areas in NSW, including 27C in Sydney. Melbourne enjoys temperatures of 21 ° C and a possible shower.
Residents living in Emerald now have more options to travel.
Firefighters are on site and have air support.
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