The Queensland heat is not to be confused with the state of Queensland.
It is the state’s hottest and the hottest spot in the country.
The state has averaged more than 100 degrees Celsius (284 degrees Fahrenheit) over the past two weeks, surpassing its record-breaking record of 103.7 degrees Celsius, set in August.
It was not a record-breaker, but it is certainly one hotter than any other place in the world.
Queensland is located in the north-west of the country and the average annual temperature for the entire year is around 100 degrees.
That’s a lot hotter than most places in the state.
The hottest places on earth, including Antarctica, are not in the Australian mainland, but rather in the Northern Territory, South Australia and the South West of the state in the south.
It’s a pretty big difference to the north.
The Northern Territory has an average annual average temperature of just over 80 degrees and South Australia has an annual average of just under 100.
The average in the Kimberley is just over 50.
The heat has hit the Kimberleys most popular tourist destination, Fortescue Island, which sits just off the coast of Perth.
It has seen temperatures of up to 90 degrees Celsius in some areas.
“There is a lot of speculation that Fortescues hot spot is the hot spot because it’s a hot spot,” said Dr Peter Smith, a professor of climate science at the University of Adelaide.
“We can’t say with absolute certainty but it’s the hottest hot spot in Australia.”
The hottest spot is also a fairly small one.
The most recent record-holder was the hottest point on Earth, the Black Ice.
It stands at a record high of 97.5 degrees Celsius.
In contrast, the hottest place on Earth is in the Antarctic.
It sits at more than 120 degrees Celsius and is only just shy of its hottest point ever recorded at 122 degrees Celsius last July.
“It’s just an extreme case,” Dr Smith said.
The record-shattering record for Australia is being broken again. “
The hottest point in Antarctica is in Ellesmere Island at 97.8 degrees Celsius.”
The record-shattering record for Australia is being broken again.
The record heat has broken the record for the first time since 1992.
The previous record-setting day was January 21, 1992.
Australia’s annual average high for January was 105 degrees Celsius at the end of December.
That was an extraordinary feat and has been the subject of intense debate and debate since then.
The last time Australia had a record hot day was in February 2010, when the mercury reached 102 degrees.
The mercury rose to 103 degrees in September that year and to 102 degrees in November this year.
In fact, the mercury has hit 105 degrees at the moment.
“I think it’s because we’ve been having more heatwaves in the summer and cooler weather and not as much rain,” Dr Paul O’Neill, a meteorologist at the Australian National University, told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“So we’re in the midst of a much warmer period of the year.”
The mercury was set to break a record of 108.6 degrees on Thursday.
It will now set the previous record for hottest day for January, which was set in May 2016.
Temperatures have been dropping for most of the past month, but a few hot spots have remained hot.
A few hot spot areas have also broken the previous high, and the temperature was set for 107 degrees at Fortescoo Island in the South Australian state of South Australia on Wednesday.
But Dr O’Neil said the record is unlikely to be broken any time soon.
“If you look at the record high in Adelaide, which is 105 degrees, that’s probably going to be a hot day in the Adelaide CBD,” he said.
The warm weather is expected to be the trigger for more intense rain, which has caused widespread flooding in South Australia.
Weather forecaster Tom Farrar said it was unlikely the weather would return to normal before Christmas.
“This is one of those conditions where we think we can’t get the rainfall back to normal until January,” he told ABC radio.
A heatwave in Perth has been a record for a long time. “
Once it’s gone, we’re going to see a very wet Christmas.”
A heatwave in Perth has been a record for a long time.
It started in July this year and has lasted for two weeks.
The city experienced its hottest day ever on Friday.
“In a city like Perth, which can only get up to a few degrees warmer in the daytime, the heat can be quite dangerous,” Dr O