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Mt Ginini Daily Summaries
|Date||Min to 9am||Anomaly||Max from 9am||Anomaly||Rain to 9am|
|December 2016 Average||9.3||+2.4||19.4||+2.0|
|Dec 2004-2014 Average||6.9||17.4|
|Dec 2004-2014 Highest||16.7||17th 2009||29.0||31st 2005|
|Dec 2004-2014 Lowest||-4.0||26th 2006||4.8||5th 2013|
|December 2016 Total||0.0||0 day(s)|
|Dec 2004-2014 Average Total||126.3||13.1 day(s)|
|Dec 2004-2014 Wettest Total||242.6||2010|
|Dec 2004-2014 Wettest 24hr Total||80.8||9th 2010|
|Dec 2004-2014 Driest Total||27.0||2013|
|Jan-Dec 2016 Total||1312.8||147 day(s)|
|Jan-Dec 2004-2014 Average Total||1161.8||146.0 day(s)|
ACT, New South Wales/ACT
Temperatures will remain above 40 degrees Celsius in parts of central and southern Queensland until at least Wednesday next week, the Bureau of Meterology (BOM) warns.
Hot weather can take a serious toll on our health.
The sort of temperatures that see roads melt and cold taps flowing with boiling water are set to scorch Sydney and northern New South Wales over the next few days with the weather bureau officially forecasting a rare "extreme heatwave".