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2013 was Australia’s hottest year on record. (Image acquired December 27, 2013 – January 3, 2014)
Credit: NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen, using data from the Level 1 and Atmospheres Active Distribution System (LAADS).
You know every week you made you way down here, sit with a hot tea and some homemade biscuits, so then we start talk like those who had live for thousand years.
I was wanting a night light for a long time. Turned in the bookstore yesterday and after half hour I found this.
Remember it’s the 1st day of Summer
It was nothing like this for the last 4 years
So, is that means the 5th always get ’em all?
My mood was that great
And somewhere this week in VIC reach 48°C
It’s CRAZY down there I said.
It was a bit out of control in sometime somewhere