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Melbourne continuing to break weather records

13 March 2013
By Coleman Levin
Beach at Night

 There's no denying it's been a hot start to March after nine consecutive days of temperatures above 30 C and seven nights above the 20 C mark. This last handful of days has broken the record for the longest run of high minimum temperatures in Melbourne since records began in 1910.

This heatwave of nine consecutive days over 30 C has broken the previous records of eight days, with hot spells usually falling in January or February, the most recent being in 1961.

Conditions are forecast to be cool over the next week in Melbourne with showers most days before warming up again by the middle of the week. So far the average temperature for this March is the highest ever recorded, but we still half a month to go before the month is over.

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