The second day in a row of extreme heat, although here in the east the sea breeze seems to be helping. Penrith in far western Sydney has recorded it's highest temp ever.
I guess it also breaks the 121 year old record again for eastern Sydney, which was broken just yesterday. It was 9 summer days over 35 degrees set 121 years ago. Yesterday this summer had it's 10th day. Today is our 11th.
I've been feeling a bit under the weather so to speak today. Feel exhausted and have to lie down a lot.
🇦🇺⚠ #Heatwave2017: In the last hour, Penrith, near Sydney in NSW, recorded its highest temperature ever at 46.9°C (116.4°F). #NSWFRS https://t.co/3P7EXOgq2B— Emergency.Life (@Emergency_Life) February 11, 2017