The Weather is so hot in Australia that Bats are falling out of the sky

The Temperatures in parts of Australia don't look like cooling anytime soon either and yesterday was the hottest day in Sydney since 1939 were the mercury hit 48c

Hundreds of flying foxes have dropped dead in the sky as their brains “fry” in the searing heat.

About 7,000 properties across New South Wales were left without electricity, partly because of the heat, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.

And with the Ashes coming to an end Sydney Cricket Ground endured the hottest day recorded during a Test match in Australia, the temperature in the ground for the 4th test was in the mid 40's 

The high temperatures were also the cause of several blazes on Saturday, and a number of properties were destroyed in the states of Victoria and South Australia.

In September 2017, Australians were warned to prepare for a dangerous bushfire season after one of the driest winters on record.

A Sudden Stratospheric Warming (SSW) causes Arctic air to suddenly heat up and send freezing air to the UK

After causing massive destruction at Tonga and Fiji through the south Pacific it is now head on for New Zealand with winds hitting 120mph

Some people could even lose Mobile phone signal due to cold confitions, Met Office warns