Sydney swelters through hottest November night on record ahead of another 40C day

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Parts of NSW brace for second day of scorching weather and fire danger, with gusty southerly forecast to arrive later on Sunday afternoon

Sydney has sweltered through its hottest November night since records began more than 160 years ago with temperatures expected to climb to 40C in the city for a second consecutive day.

The mercury dropped to just 25.3C at 1.09am on Sunday at Sydney’s Observatory Hill and rose above 30C shortly after 4.30am. The previous record for the warmest November minimum temperature was set in 1967 at 24.7C.

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