1. Heatwave conditions to ‘bake’ Australians in the southeast over the next four days  NEWS.com.au
  2. Extreme heatwave to sweep across Sydney ahead of Australia Day | 7NEWS  7NEWS Australia
  3. Soaring heatwave temperatures forecast for south-east Australia over next four days  The Guardian
  4. NSW weather: BOM warns residents to prepare for high weekend temperatures  Daily Telegraph
  5. Mercury climbs ahead of southeast heatwave | The Advertiser  Cessnock Advertiser
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Heatwave conditions will reach extreme levels in Australia’s southeast over the next four days as a “hot air mass” brings temperatures set to nudge 45C in parts of New South Wales. Heatwave conditions will reach extreme levels in Australia’s southeast over the next four days as a “hot air mass” brings temperatures set to nudge 45C in parts of New South Wales.

Sydney weather: Four-day heatwave in parts of NSW, Vic, Qld, SA, Tas

It might have been a relatively mild summer so far, but a hot air mass strengthened by the potential cyclone off WA is set to bring extreme conditions to the south-east over the weekend.It might have been a relatively mild summer so far, but a hot air mass strengthened by the potential cyclone off WA is set to bring extreme conditions to the south-east over the weekend.

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A severe to extreme heatwave is building in the South East over the weekend, including in Sydney and Canberra. Temperatures are expected to soar away from the coast with extreme heat forecast over the next four days. Sunday is tipped to rise to 40 degrees in Sydney’s West as an inland trough brings through very dry heat. The rural fire service warns the extreme conditions are likely to increase fire dangers. A severe to extreme heatwave is building in the South East over the weekend, including in Sydney and Canberra. Temperatures are expected to soar away from the coast with extreme heat forecast over the next four days. Sunday is tipped to rise to 40 degrees in Sydney’s West as an inland trough brings through very dry heat. The rural fire service warns the extreme conditions are likely to increase fire dangers.

Australia will swelter through four days of blistering temperatures that will surge beyond 45C in many pars of the country until Australia Day, with little respite inbetween.Australia will swelter through four days of blistering temperatures that will surge beyond 45C in many pars of the country until Australia Day, with little respite inbetween.

Wild map shows a blistering heatwave with four days of 45C temperatures | Daily Mail Online

Temperatures across southeast Australia are set to soar for at least the next four days, with some areas reaching 45 degrees. Heat building over western NSW w...Temperatures across southeast Australia are set to soar for at least the next four days, with some areas reaching 45 degrees. Heat building over western NSW w...

Mercury climbs ahead of southeast heatwave | Port Macquarie News | Port Macquarie, NSW

Blistering heat from inland Australia will sweep towards the NSW coast in coming days, prompting health authorities to warn the public to take "necessary precautions" to avoid heat-related illnesses. Blistering heat from inland Australia will sweep towards the NSW coast in coming days, prompting health authorities to warn the public to take "necessary precautions" to avoid heat-related illnesses. 

Rural Fire Services warns people to take heatwave seriously: ‘We have now got to be prepared’Rural Fire Services warns people to take heatwave seriously: ‘We have now got to be prepared’

Soaring heatwave temperatures forecast for south-east Australia over next four days | Australia weather | The Guardian

Sweltering heat is set to blanket parts of Australia for at least the next four days as a heatwave brings temperatures above 40C.Sweltering heat is set to blanket parts of Australia for at least the next four days as a heatwave brings temperatures above 40C.

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ACT Health has urged Canberrans to be careful in the heat over the next few days.ACT Health has urged Canberrans to be careful in the heat over the next few days.

Canberra weather: Heatwave to hit ACT on Australia Day long weekend | The Canberra Times | Canberra, ACT

A high-pressure system over the Tasman Sea will prompt northerly winds distributing heat throughout the state, the BoM said.A high-pressure system over the Tasman Sea will prompt northerly winds distributing heat throughout the state, the BoM said.

Heat wave predicted to hit Tamworth region in time for Australia Day | The Northern Daily Leader | Tamworth, NSW

Parkes is expected to peak at 40 degrees on Tuesday, Australia Day.Parkes is expected to peak at 40 degrees on Tuesday, Australia Day.

Health district urges Parkes residents to prepare for heat wave | Parkes Champion-Post | Parkes, NSW

The blazing sun will see fire risks elevated.The blazing sun will see fire risks elevated.

Parts of southeast Australia to hit 45 degrees as heatwave kicks in | 1 NEWS | TVNZ