Today the state I live in in New South Wales Australia, broke all records kept on file for the hottest day ever, today it reached over 45 degrees in many parts.
Smoke was all around us in the distant hills
And as the sun sets on a very sunburnt country the hot wind are lashing us and stirring up the more than a hundred fires, its a very eerie feeling tonight and all the cattle seem on edge.
My neighbour has been busily putting in a further 5 or more dams on his property in today’s extraordinary heat, and they have lived here since 1849, it just goes to show that the earth truly is warming, I’ve heard so many people say lately oh it was this hot when we were growing up, I don’t think so, and today has proven that.
My heart goes out to all the wild life, the plants and trees, and to all the volunteer fire fighters, how amazing are those people, whilst everyone is whinging how hot it is, imaging how bloody hot they are fighting fires, and its been unrelenting for them.
Please forgive the blurry photo’s the wind was so strong it was simply impossible to get a hand held shot that was sharp.
Stay safe tonight my dear friends xXx
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Yesterday in Adelaide it was 42C but today it was 26C. It is crazy weather. But then Australia is “the land of drought and flooding plains.”