Chewy, the Maltese Shih Tzu, cools off on January 18, 2013. The day soared to 44.1 degrees, the fifth highest recorded by the Bureau of Meteorology. Picture: Addison HamiltonWe are mid way through summer and have experienced some scorching hot days around the Riverina. But didyou know we haven’t come close to cracking the hottest days on record? So, as you prepare to slip, slop, slap this Australia Day, take a look back at the hottest temperatures recorded by the Bureau of Meteorology.
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All temperatures are in degress Celsius.

February 7, 2009 – 45.2 degrees

Ivana Silinzieds, 13, of Wagga cools off in the fountain at the Victory Memorial Gardens on February 7, 2009. Picture: Brett Koschel

January 23, 2001 – 44.8 degrees

The front page of The Daily Advertiser on January 23, 2001.

January 1, 2006 and February 1, 1968 – 44.6 degrees

Fires raged out of control at Eurongilly, 20 kilometres from Junee, on New Year’s Day in 2006. Picture: Les Smith

A story in The Daily Advertiser on January 2, 2006 when the mercury hit 44.6 degrees Celsius.

January 3, 1990 and January 3, 1973 – 44.2 degrees

January 18, 2013 – 44.1 degrees

Griffith

January 23, 2001 – 46 degrees

Deniliquin

January 12, 1878 – 49.6 degrees

Hay

January 5, 2013 47.9 degrees

The front page of The Daily Advertiser on January 7, 2013.

Junee

January 31, 1968 – 46.1 degrees

Narrandera

February 7, 2009 – 45.4 degrees

Gundagai

February 7,2009 – 44 degrees

An excerpt from The Daily Advertiser on February 9, 2009 about the high temperatures experienced two days earlier. February 7, 2009 recorded the highest temperatures in Wagga, Gundagai and Narrandera.

Temora

January 1, 2006 – 45.1 degrees

Cootamundra

January 1, 2006 – 43.2 degrees

Young

January 18, 2013 – 42.6 degrees

Leeton

January 30, 1973 – 44.3 degrees

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