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Over 40 Temperature Records Broken over the Weekend

Joel Pippard, Monday February 13, 2017 - 16:28 EDT

Here is a list of all the maximum temperature records broken over the weekend just gone in NSW and QLD

All-time records
QLD - Gatton 45.7C, Oakey 42.8C, Toowoomba 40.8C and Kingaroy 41.6C

NSW - Port Macquarie 46.5C, Moree 47.3C, Grafton 46.3C, Kempsey 46.4C, Taree 45.7C, Casino 45.6C, Lismore 42.8C and Evans Head 43.1C

February Records
QLD - Thargomindah (New QLD February Record) 47.2C, Miles 43.4C, Amberley 43.0C, Gayndah 41.9C, St George 46.8C, Dalby 43.0C, Beaudesert 43.1C, Rome 45.0C, Gympie 41.3C, Birdsville 47.1C Ballera 47.0C, Charleville 45.2C and Jimna 39.4C

NSW - Mungindi 48C, Walgett Ap 47.9C, Coonamble Ap 47C, Kempsey Ap 47C, Lightning Ridge 47C, Narrabri 47C, Scone 47C, Singleton 47C, Cessnock 46C, Tamworth 45.9C, Lostock Dam 45.6C, Quirindi 44C, Mt Seaview 43.2C, Coonabarabran 43C, Lismore 43C, Pindari Dam 42.8C, Inverell 40C, Tabulam 39.7C, Dorrigo 38C, Armidale 37.6C, Glen Innes Ap 37C and Guyra 35C.

Notable NSW records from Saturday include:

Hottest Day in NSW, average temperature of 44C across the entire state
White Cliffs recorded a minimum temperature of 34.2C, an all-time NSW record

Hottest all-time maximum temperature for Forbes 46.5C, Richmond 47.0, Condobolin 46.7C, West Wyalong 45.5, Trangie 47.0, Tenterfield 38.9C, Maitland 45.2C, Tocal 47.0C and Bathurst 42.1C.

- Weatherzone

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