Posted 14 February 2017 - 3:00pm
2017, "Sydney weather: How urbanisation creates hot microclimates in our suburbs", The Sydney Morning Herald
"In beachside Clovelly, thermal images show sunbakers glowing yellow and green as they lounge by the ocean. The concrete around them shows up red, almost white in places, as its surface temperature shoots to 56 degrees, while the deep blue of the water registers as 23 degrees.
It was a hot spot for those hoping to cool down during as the heatwave hit. But Jonathan Fox, an expert in urban microclimates, said the extreme heat he measured in western Sydney left it in the shade."
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