Crazy Sydney Weather: Hottest recorded September Day for Sydney in History
This is crazy Sydney weather, today was the hottest day in recorded history for Sydney in the month of September.
Summer has arrived much earlier than usual, with Sydney hitting 33.8C to record it’s hottest September day in recorded history for Sydney weather.
For the first time ever, Sydney recorded over 33C this early in the spring/summer season, the NSW BOM said.
Sydney CBD previous recored was set in 2014, with about 33.5C in September of that year.
“It’s the first time #Sydney’s recorded over 33° this early in the season. Watch out for the cool temps tomorrow! #SydneyWeather,” The NSW BOM tweeted
Dozens of fires have flared up around Sydney as the temperatures increased well over the forecast of 30C – with fires threatening homes in various parts of New South Wales.
Thousands of people flocked to the beaches around Sydney to take in some sun for the first time this spring, with the temperature soaring for the first time in months.
The last time temperatures like this were recorded was back in March at the end of the summer period. The crazy Sydney weather will only get weirder, with a max of only 18c the following day.
Fire in Sydney as record temperature hits
— NSW RFS (@NSWRFS) September 13, 2017
Some areas of Sydney recorded over 33C according to the Sydney weather observations.
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