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Holiday Greetings from freaking HOT Perth, Australia!

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It's a freaking hot Christmas Day here in Perth, Australia. Thank goodness for air conditioning and ice cold sparkling red zinfindel from Jarrahridge in the Swan Valley!

"Perth will likely host the hottest Christmas Day in the world today, with the temperature forecast to soar to 39 degrees.

No other major city is expected to come close to the scorching conditions, which would be nine degrees above the capital's long-term Christmas Day average despite recording 40 degrees in 2010."

Bah Humbug...I so ENVY you in cooler climes! Merry Christmas ya'll!

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