Records fall in warm SW winter

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BUNBURY has just finished a run of eight straight days with above average temperatures.

June's average minimum is 8C and the average maximum is 18.4C.

Every day so far this month has exceeded the average maximum, peaking at 21.5C on Tuesday, while the coldest day was on Monday when the maximum was 18.7C.

After a below-average night on June 1, Bunbury then recorded seven straight nights of double-digit minimums.

Last Thursday's minimum of 17.3C was the warmest ever recorded for June in Bunbury.

Tuesday night's minimum of 6.8C broke the run of eight nights with minimums above the 8C average.

The Bureau of Meteorology had previously predicted about an 80 per cent chance of Bunbury's winter being warmer than usual.

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