Australian Bureau

A surfer carries his board as he walks along Sydney's Manly Beach May 14, 2013. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology said that Sydney is experiencing a record-breaking run of consecutive autumn days above 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit), with today being the 26th consecutive day, breaking the previous record of 25 days set in 1987. The bureau added that it is forecasting that the record late-season warm temperatures will continue. Picture taken May 14, 2013.   REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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A surfer carries his board as he walks along Sydney’s Manly Beach. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology said that Sydney is experiencing a record-breaking run of consecutive autumn days above 20C (68F), with today being the 26th consecutive day, breaking the previous record of 25 days set in 1987. The bureau added that it is forecasting that the record late-season warm temperatures will continue. Read more