Canberra heats up ‘significantly’ before cooling down

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Bureau of Meteorology senior climatologist Agata Imielska.
THE ACT is experiencing a “significant increase” in temperature today (November 16) before cooling down again tomorrow, according to Bureau of Meteorology senior climatologist Agata Imielska.
After experiencing some warm temperatures yesterday (November 15), Ms Imielska says the ACT will see a high of 28C before seeing a low of 9C tomorrow.
There’s also a chance of a shower or thunderstorm this afternoon with winds west to northwesterly of 25 to 40km/h easing to 20 to 30km/h in the evening.

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