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Central Wheatbelt, Western Australia
Real-world observations of temperature spikes, pasture growth and grape harvests across southern Australia reveal that the landscape is heating up at rates experts did not expect to see until 2030.
South Australians are waking to assess the damage amid rising floodwaters, after two nights of severe weather that battered much of the state.
Flood warnings are in place to the north and south of Adelaide, including in SA's premier wine districts, while thousands remain without power after strong winds lashed the state overnight.