Australia's Alarming Hot Weather, New Colors Added to Weather Map

Australia's Alarming Hot Weather, New Colors Added to Weather Map -- Is this climate change in one of its many forms and images? It looks like Australia is in for some hot treat this fresh entrance of the year 2013; It's Bureau of Meteorology released a weather map with new colors in it to label temperatures which are over 50 degrees Celsius, as it is likely to occur sooner or later.

Below is a map showing Australia weather in orange colors at the top to indicate temperatures of 40 to 48 degrees Celsius. But due to several forecasts, colors "pink" and "purple" had to be added for the above 50 deg. Celsius marks. This could be a record-breaking heat weave, should things turn out as predicted.
50 degrees Celsius is equal to approximately 122 degrees Fahrenheit. People online even remarked that you just have to put a shrimp on the barb wire or plate and you will have a naturally easy grilling session. The highest data recorded was 50.7 in 1960. Said David Jones, head of the bureau's climate monitoring and prediction unit:
The forecast coming from the bureau's model is showing temperatures in excess of 50 degrees
Australia has had average maximum temps above 39 degrees Celcius (102 Fahrenheit) in the last 6 days already and it seems to continue for quite sometime. Worse, this weather condition adds fuel to the wild fires in the South Eastern part of Australia.


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