hot hot hot …

It’s as if the media had nothing else to talk about. A few days of ‘hot weather’ becomes ‘extreme’, record-breaking and on and on.

With the expanding cities and UHI, this ought to be much higher than it was a hundred years ago.

Seriously, it’s called weather:

Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA : 1916 – 1938), Tuesday 16 January 1934, page 9

National Library of Australia

South Australian Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1889 – 1895), Saturday 20 January 1894, page 21

National Library of Australia

Now, it’s hottest minimum says Weatherzone:

Perth endures hottest night on record

Rob Sharpe, Sunday January 12, 2014 – 12:41 EDT Many Perth residents woke up bleary eyed this morning after suffering through the city’s hottest night in over 110 years of records.Yesterday was Perth’s hottest day since Boxing Day 2007, reaching a scorching 43 degrees before the Fremantle Doctor finally came in. The temperature was falling consistently until 9:30pm down to 32 degrees, but then the easterly winds pushed in raising the mercury back to 35 degrees. Those without air conditioners struggled to sleep in the oppressive heat.It wasn’t until the early hours of the morning that the temperature finally fell below 30 degrees. However the minimum was still a new record of 29.7 degrees at 3:12am, 0.4 degrees warmer than the previous record and almost two degrees warmer than any previous January night. (Beg to differ, ed.)The temperature has climbed quickly this morning due to the very hot airmass lingering in the region. The heating will get cut off during the late morning, but not before it reaches the 40’s for the second day running. The southwesterly change will drop the mercury, but will also bring in extra humidity. It will still be in the low 30’s until the mid-afternoon.The working week will be much cooler by comparison, probably staying below 30 degrees every day. Some heat will move back into the region over the weekend, leading to temperatures in the mid-to-high 30’s, but thankfully it won’t be as hot as this weekend. – Weatherzone

PERTH’S HOTTEST NIGHT Minimum Of 84.3 At 3 a.m. Perth, January 4.
Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 – 1954) Thursday 7 January 1932 p 15 Detailed lists, results, guides
… PERTH’S HOTTEST NIGHT Minimum Of 84.3 At 3 a.m. * Perth, January 4. After Sundays maximum tempera ture of 106.4, perhaps the hottest night ever -experienced in Perth was between sunset on Sunday and sunrise, this morning. The minimum temperature was 84.3. which was registered at 3 a.m.
Just weather … I guess 1894 is well over 100 years! And 1932 was one hot year of a hot decade.
UPDATE: Aussie Climate Scamsters Lying About Perth Record Minimum

Climate scamsters down under continue their desperate attempt to save the carbon tax, by piling the lies higher and deeper (aka PhD)

Perth endures hottest night on record

the minimum was still a new record of 29.7 degrees at 3:12am, 0.4 degrees warmer than the previous record

Weather News Story » Weatherzone Mobile

On February 8, 1933, the minimum was 30C, and was met or exceeded 24 years prior.

Last night’s temperature was 86. the highest minimum temperature for February recorded in Perth for 24 years

ScreenHunter_1572 Jan. 12 06.30

08 Feb 1933 – HEAT RECORD 111.7 Degrees at Perth NO RELIEF EXP…

The climate scam depends on a constant stream of official lies and misinformation.

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