On Wednesday, temperatures are also forecast to be 34 degrees in the city and 35 degrees in Sydney’s west.
However, Rogers said strong winds – which are expected to come through as early as this afternoon – will make Wednesday all the more dangerous.
“We will see that risk move further up the coast to Sydney and the Hunter [on Wednesday]. Then after Thursday, conditions ease off,” he said.
Temperature records were already broken on Monday when Bankstown recorded its warmest September…
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