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What to expect as the heat wave hits Australia’s biggest cities

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A hot and humid day in the suburbs is forecast to make it difficult for many Australians to enjoy their favourite pastimes, but not for many of the country’s major cities.

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (ABS) has issued a severe heat warning for parts of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, with the most severe warning for the Sydney CBD, where temperatures have already climbed to 30C (105F).

In the South-east, the Brisbane heatwave is forecast for a cool, dry day with highs in the 30s.

It is forecasted that most of the major cities will be able to enjoy the day in some form.

Brisbane, Melbourne and Brisbane CBD hot spotsThe hottest weather on record was recorded in the city of Brisbane in January 2018, when temperatures hit 30C in a city of around 40,000 people.

According to ABS, a heatwave will occur over the weekend and into the following week, with heavy rainfall expected for much of the week.

In Sydney, there is a very high risk of heatwave, with a maximum temperature of 30C expected on Sunday night.

On Saturday, the city’s chief meteorologist, Steve Gough, warned of “unprecedented heatwaves” as well as the possibility of the heatwave spreading.

“We’re seeing a number of heatwaves and we’re going to see heatwaves for the next couple of days.

If you go back to January, we had a heat wave for three days, and we’ve seen a number,” Mr Gough said.

He said it was likely to continue until Sunday.

Heatwave to spread across MelbourneThe heatwave has been a hot topic across the city, with hundreds of protesters demonstrating outside the city council offices.

A large number of them have been protesting against the government’s decision to cancel the proposed $4 billion MetroLink line, which was due to run between Bondi Junction and Fitzroy Station in 2018.

Some of the protesters have been wearing masks to hide their identity.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced that the line will be cancelled, which will result in the cancellation of the $1.8 billion Northern Cross Rail project.

Mr Turnbull said he would not cancel the Northern Cross rail line, saying the project was needed to deliver infrastructure in the CBD.

At least two people have died from heatstroke since the heat waves started to hit.

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