Fires in many places in New South Wales, Australia, the average temperature in November hits a record high
On the 29th, according to the New South Wales Rural Fire Department, Australia, due to the recent high temperature, grass fires and forest fires have been detected in 62 locations in the state. A house in western Sydney was burnt down, and no casualties were reported.
The rural fire department of the state has dispatched helicopters to carry out fire fighting operations in the air. The fire department warned people to take precautions against fires.
According to statistics from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, in many parts of New South Wales, the average temperature in November hit a record high. On the 29th, the highest temperature in parts of Sydney exceeded 40 degrees Celsius, and many people ran to nearby beaches early in the morning to cool off.
According to the forecast of the Bureau of Meteorology, the temperature in the state will drop sharply in recent days, which will help control the current fire