Since 2000, the highest July temperature recorded in Brisbane was 29.1 degrees, in 2016.
Hernandez said the warmer winter weather was due to a high-pressure system, combined with the effects of an El Nino event.
Maximum temperatures are forecast to be 23 degrees every day for the next week in Brisbane. At least it’s consistent.
In other weather news, the Ekka begins next weekend, but will it also herald the start of the westerlies that Brisbane residents love to bemoan every August, even…
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