09 Feb Hottest Summer in Sydney
Hottest summer in Sydney
According to all the recent news reports, the heat we have experienced in Sydney has been unprecedented.
Sydney’s Observatory Hill, at The Rocks, has recorded nine days of temperatures 35C and above, equaling the previous record set more than 120 years ago in the summer of 1895–96. The area also recorded its warmest January ever for average maximum, minimum and mean temperatures. www.abc.net.au
Western Sydney-siders may scoff at the whinging of those in the city’s East, having set records for the number of days with above 40C weather this January.
Those in Richmond have battled seven days above 40C so far, with that figure expected to rise this week with three more days and a top of 44C. Penrith also experienced 23 days of above 35C weather and eight days that hit above 40C. www.abc.net.au
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Electricity Bills to big? – Did you know that by having the proper ventilation in your roof cavity you can reduce your energy consumption!
Other benefits of ventilation
- Improved air quality
- Reduced reliance on Air-Conditioning
- Fresher – Drier – Healthier Home
- Allergy relief
- No need to have windows open and have to listen to your noisy neighbours
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