Summer finally arrives in Queensland with heatwave bringing 40-degree temperatures | ABC News

Summer finally arrives in queensland with heatwave bringing 40-degree temperatures | abc news

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A heatwave warning has been issued for parts of the state, with some areas of the state’s west surpassing 40 degrees Celsius.

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