New South Wales may just now not hope for anything other than rain, says recent reports on the fires now raging in the australian state.
"They (the fires, red.) will take weeks to turn - and it happens first, when we get a good amount of rain," says the head of the fire brigade in New South Wales Rob Rogers.
It writes Sky News, where the national weather service adds that 'the fires in some places are simply too big to turn right now'.
"They pump huge amounts of smoke out, which fills the air and the colors of the sky orange," says the weather service.
the Smoke has in recent weeks been lying like a duvet over Sydney.
the Tourists have therefore been given a special orange filter on the images that have been flash without pause of the Opera house or the popular brovandring over the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
air quality in Australia's largest city, however, has also meant that more people are choosing to wear mask on the street.
The more than 100 wildfires have so far destroyed more than 600 homes, while six persons have lost their lives since the drought began in september.
People are nervous, and it is the good law, says brandinspektør Phil Koperberg, according to The Sydney Herald Morning.
He warns that with more drought and heat on the way, so 'we have not yet seen the worst of it'.
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.
The bleak outlook has, according to The Guardian created a widespread fear that Australia this summer is at an ominous rate, which is far from the classical notion of beach and sun.
Updated Date: 07 December 2019, 20:00