for weeks, australian firefighters fought an unequal battle against the devastating forest fires down under.
But there is no prospect that they can keep free. On the contrary.
With the advance warning of temperatures up to 43 degrees in parts of New South Wales on Monday, may the firemen stand facing one of the toughest days so far.
The typing of the australian media news.com.
Sydney is in New South Wales on the australian east coast.
In Australia's largest city have smoke the last few weeks been as a quilt, and outdoor activities will be cancelled in a row due to the hazardous air.
Late Monday, is expected Sydney again to be enveloped in a haze of smoke.
But Tuesday looks only set to get even worse, predicts the australian meteorologists, and shall report to 2019 is to take the record as the hottest and driest year in Australia's history.
Right now ravaging nearly 100 fires in the state of New South Wales, where more than 680 homes have been destroyed. At least four people have died.
Already in the Friday announced brandmyndighederne:
"The fires it will take a long time to turn off - and only when we get the good with the rain."
An australian klimarapport, which was published this week, warns that the summer months - which in Australia lasts from december to February can bring ‘a terrible trio of heat waves, droughts and bushbrande’ with him.Updated Date: 09 December 2019, 11:00