Although temperatures around 25 degrees Celsius are very common in Sydney this year, it is unusual for such warm weather to last a long time.

“The last time Sydney had seven days in a row with a maximum temperature equal to or higher than 25 degrees Celsius in November was from 1968, and there were only two events,” said meteorologist Weatherzone, Ben Domensino. Times in November during the past 118 years. ”

The constant warmth is the result of a high pressure system concentrated in the Tasman Sea and prevent any freezing colds from reaching Australia’s east coast, Domensino said.

Over the past week, Melbourne residents have had a hot spring, recording a record for the longest period in November, exceeding 28 degrees Celsius.

In 6 days, Hobart has experienced temperatures above 26 degrees Celsius, the first in Tasmania since records were recorded in 1882.

Further north, winds on the shoreline made Brisbane cooler than average temperatures almost daily for more than two weeks.

Mr Domensino said the weather in Sydney would be “in the most fortunate position”.

He said: “Sydney in this case is out of extreme heat. For those who prefer the warmer weather, it’s pretty cool. “