Extreme heatwave conditions can be difficult to cope with. It is all explained here.
This is how the explanation starts:
“For the first time, the Bureau of Meteorology has provided a national definition of a heatwave.
Many Australians have kicked off the new year in sweltering heatwave conditions, with the mercury soaring to record-breaking temperatures in several states.
The bureau says heatwaves have taken more Australian lives than any other natural hazard in the past 200 years, but until now it had not given a national definition of just what constitutes a heatwave.li
A heatwave is now defined by three or more days of unusually high maximum and minimum temperatures in any area.”
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