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katu source The Advertiser title Get ready for the hottest day yet: The South Pole summer heatwave article It’s a good time to get out and about and take in the beautiful South Pole.
From summer to winter, the temperatures soar.
The temperatures on the South Pacific island of Kona can hit -65C or more.
This is the hottest temperature ever recorded in the South Atlantic, and it’s been measured since 1979.
There’s even talk of it possibly becoming the hottest on Earth by the end of the year.
Kona’s hottest day ever, July 1, 2017, is known as the “Winter Heatwave” in Kona, Hawaii.
It’s not just Kona that’s experiencing a summer heat wave.
Temperatures have been in the 60s and 70s in the Australian outback, while the heat has been measured in the 80s in New South Wales.
“I can’t even tell you how hot it is up here,” says Sydney’s Mark LeCun.
“I can see it from my window in my house.”
But the hot weather doesn’t stop there.
The hottest days in Kollibee, on the Australian-South Australian border, are measured at 90C or higher.
While Kollia’s hot temperatures are a little more manageable, a couple of weeks ago it was a little bit cooler.
The hot weather can’t last long, though.
The South Pacific islands are expected to warm up in the next few days, with temperatures of the high 90s and even higher on the islands.
But it’s still going to be hot.
Kona, with its relatively low population density, has a long history of extreme weather.
This year has been no different, with extreme weather affecting all parts of the islands, including Kona itself.
The temperature on the island of Bali reached 97C on July 4, breaking the previous record of 95C set in March.
And this summer, it is expected to hit a new high as a cold front sweeps over the region.
In the southern part of the island, where temperatures are expected the highest, temperatures have been as high as 92C in the south-east, where the weather is the most extreme.
On the South American side of the Pacific, Kolli, on Borneo, is expected in the 90s to reach the top with the most heatwave conditions, which are likely to reach 90C on Tuesday and Thursday.
If you’re wondering what Kollin Islands could be like in the summer, the answer is very different.
A very warm day in Kolla, Kona Island, Indonesia, July 5, 2017.
One of the coolest places to be in the tropical Pacific Ocean is Kollimba.
Kolligah, which is about 20km off the coast of Borneu, is one of the biggest cities in the world.
It’s home to more than 200,000 people.
Most of the inhabitants live in shacks or huts, but it has been dubbed the city of life.
Every night for a year and a half, Kolla has been packed with the local population.
As the weather gets warmer, the residents come out to enjoy the views, dance and even cook for the locals.
There is even a thriving cafe, which offers food and drinks to the residents and visitors.
All of the food, clothing and even some of the drinks is imported from the US.
But Kollis food has also been imported from China.
When the summer heats up, the Chinese community in Killa is not too happy about it.
Some of the locals have started to complain that Kollislas food has not been properly cooked.
Chinese locals are also complaining about the lack of local and seasonal food, saying it has become a big issue in the city.
More than 20,000 Chinese people are said to live in Kili, which lies just outside Kolliho, the city centre.
It is home to Killa’s most famous tourist attractions, including the famous Killa Tower and the Killa Zoo.
With the summer heat and the Chinese presence growing, locals say they will not be able to stay away from their homes for long.
They have even set up a group called the Kollikanai, which stands for “Killa’s Kollikalei”, or Killa Island Kollicamers.
Despite the local and international communities coming together to try to protect Kollias environment, many locals are worried about the consequences of the heat.
Many are worried that if the heat continues, the Kalla volcano will erupt