Heat wave hits southeastern Australia: temperature once rose to 40 degrees, local wildfire

Heat wave hits southeastern Australia: temperature once rose to 40 degrees, local wildfire

Local time on Monday (25), heat waves hit southeastern Australia, South Australia’s state capital Adelaide (Adelaide) city caused wildfire. Six fire fighters and related personnel are fighting a fire in Adelaide Hills, South Australia, where two families’ houses have been damaged or damaged, officials said Friday. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Australian Prime Minister Morrison also said: “there is still a lot of work to be done to control this situation. &”The local fire risk was downgraded on the 25th, but residents were told to” stay alert and take action. “;. “Fortunately, the wind we encountered was not as strong as expected,” Doreen, deputy director of the South Australian fire department, told reporters. &”She said that the cooler temperature, coupled with rainfall, is expected to ease the fire in the afternoon of the 25th. The Australian Weather Service said that the temperature in the whole southeast of Australia soared to more than 40 degrees Celsius at one time, but then dropped sharply. Because Victoria turned cooler earlier than expected, the temperature dropped 10 degrees Celsius in 10 minutes. In Sydney, New South Wales, Australia’s largest city, the blazing heat is expected to last a day before falling back to about 20 degrees Celsius.

Local time on Monday (25), heat waves hit southeastern Australia, South Australia’s state capital Adelaide (Adelaide) city caused wildfire.

Six fire fighters and related personnel are fighting a fire in Adelaide Hills, South Australia, where two families’ houses have been damaged or damaged, officials said Friday. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Australian Prime Minister Morrison also said: “there is still a lot of work to be done to control this situation. ”

The local fire risk was downgraded on the 25th, but residents were told to “stay alert and take action.”;. “Fortunately, the wind we encountered was not as strong as expected,” Doreen, deputy director of the South Australian fire department, told reporters. &”She said that the cooler temperature, coupled with rainfall, is expected to ease the fire in the afternoon of the 25th.

The Australian Weather Service said that the temperature in the whole southeast of Australia soared to more than 40 degrees Celsius at one time, but then dropped sharply. Because Victoria turned cooler earlier than expected, the temperature dropped 10 degrees Celsius in 10 minutes. In Sydney, New South Wales, Australia’s largest city, the blazing heat is expected to last a day before falling back to about 20 degrees Celsius.

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