Summer's first heatwave hits hard, putting energy regulator on notice
The first heatwave of Australia’s summer has arrived, and the high temperatures have put the national energy regulator on notice.
Temperatures across New South Wales, Victoria and parts of Queensland spiked on Wednesday, with parts of western Sydney approaching 40C.
The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting “locally severe intensity heatwave conditions” across south-east Australia, in the east coast states and parts of South Australia.
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