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Mitchell Observations

Friday January 19, 2018
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Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like rh Fire Rain Rain 10' Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm mm hPa
Fri 09:00 EST
NW 4   30.1 14.1 30.0 38 10 0   1014.0
Thu 09:00 EST
NNW 7   28.6 12.4 28.0 37 11 0   1016.0
Wed 09:00 EST
NNW 4   27.4 15.1 28.0 47 7 0   1014.1
Tue 09:00 EST
SE 4   28.0 11.1 27.0 35 10 0   1012.5
Mon 09:00 EST
ESE 7   25.9 6.5 26.0 29 13 0   1011.4
Sun 09:00 EST
SE 6   30.0 11.0 29.0 31 13 0   1006.5
Sat 09:00 EST
NW 4   33.9 15.8 34.0 34 13 0   1008.2
Fri 09:00 EST
NW 4   29.8 18.6 31.0 51 6 0   1013.0

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MITCHELL POST OFFICE
Maranoa, Queensland
26.4888°S 147.9777°E 337m AMSL
Commenced 1884
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20:15 EDT

Canberrans are about to swelter through the weekend, with four consecutive days at or above 37 degrees Celsius.

Southern states swelter as power supply struggles

19:13 EDT

The power supply in Victoria and South Australia is being put to the test as five of the states and territories face an extreme heatwave, with temperatures in some areas already hitting 40 degrees Celsius.

Melbourne hits 42C before cool change as authorities defend 'heat kills' warnings

18:35 EDT

Melburnians — and the world's best tennis players — have battled through temperatures of about 42 degrees Celsius, as energy authorities curtailed some industrial users' power consumption and firefighters across Victoria stood on high alert.