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BOM weather forecast predicts heatwave conditions for parts of Australia

BOM weather forecast predicts heatwave conditions for parts of Australia
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Millions of Australians are set to sweat through the start of the week, with heatwave warnings in place for large parts of two states.

The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting temperatures in the mid to high 30s for most capital cities.

People in Adelaide are set to cop the worst of the heat on Monday, as temperatures reach 38C.

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Perth and Melbourne are close behind, with forecasts of 35C.

Large parts of Victoria have been under a heatwave warning since Saturday, with BOM forecasting more warm weather at the start of the week.

Low-intensity heatwave conditions are expected to bring maximum temperatures in the high 20s to low 30s, increasing to mid to high 30s on Tuesday.

Wednesday looks set to bring some relief, as temperatures dip to the low to mid-teens from Tuesday night through to Wednesday morning.

Residents in Bairnsdale and Mallacoota are likely to swelter through severe heatwave conditions before a cooler change settles in late Tuesday night.

Meanwhile in Western Australia, BOM forecasts the heatwave will continue for most of the state, including Perth.

Maximum temperatures in the high 30s to low 40s are expected in the south of the state, while the north is preparing for mid to high 40s.

A severe heatwave warning remains in place for the Kimberley, Gascoyne, Central West and Great Southern districts.

Locations most likely to be impacted include Carnarvon, Derby, Denham, Narrogin and Wagin.

“Severe heatwaves can be dangerous for many people, especially older people, babies, children, pregnant and breastfeeding women, people with medical conditions and people who are unwell,” BOM warned.

“Seek a place to keep cool, such as your home, a library, community centre or shopping centre.

“Close your windows and draw blinds, curtains or awnings early in the day to keep the heat out of your home.

“If available, use fans or air-conditioners to keep cool.”

Capital cities forecasts

Melbourne

Monday: Max 35C. Sunny.Tuesday: Min 21C, max 36C. Shower or two, possible storm.Wednesday: Min 15C, max 19C. Cloudy.

Sydney

Monday: Max 29C. Partly cloudy.Tuesday: Min 21C, max 31C. Sunny.Wednesday: Min 23C, max 30C. Shower or two.

Canberra

Monday: Max 30C. Sunny.Tuesday: Min 15C, max 32C. Sunny day, late shower or two.Wednesday: Min 17C, max 28C. Shower or two, possible storm.

Brisbane

Monday: Max 29C. Possible shower.

Tuesday: Min 22C, max 30C. Possible shower.

Wednesday: Min 21C, max 32C. Partly cloudy.

Adelaide

Monday: Max 38C. Sunny.

Tuesday: Min 19C, max 27C. Sunny.

Wednesday: Min 14C, max 25C. Cloud clearing.

Perth

Monday: Max 35C. SunnyTuesday: Min 16C, max 35C. Sunny.Wed: Min 19C, max 37C. Sunny.

Darwin

Monday: Max 31C. Possible storm.Tuesday: Min 25C, max 29C. Rain, possible storm.Wednesday: Min 25C, max 29C. Rain, possible storm.

Hobart

Monday: Max 27C. Mostly sunny.Tuesday: Min 14C, max 29C. Late showers.Wednesday: Min 11C, max 20C. Partly cloudy.

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