Hot evening for Albany

Albany Advertiser

Albany recorded one of its hottest nights on record with the temperature dropping to 22.4C just before sunrise this morning.

The overnight record for Albany is 22.7C, which was recorded on March 7 in 2001.

Bureau of Meteorology Albany station manager Jason Balhorn said the hot weather had been caused by a trough that had formed and deepened near the west coast.

“Anywhere east of that trough has been quite hot and humid,” he said.

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