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GODZILLA EL NINO STRIKES MELBOURNE

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Melbourne sweated through an unseasonably warm start to October.

The mercury peaked at 35 degrees before the cool change swept through on Tuesday.

A ‘Godzilla’ El Nino weather event – the most severe for about 20 years  – contributed to the heatwave.

With summer still to come, Panorama reporter Emma D’Agostino investigated how well the world’s most liveable city can withstand extreme heat

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Emma D’Agostino
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