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Perfect weather for seeing in New Year's

NEW Year's revellers are in luck with the Bureau of Meteorology predicting a fine night for fireworks watching tonight.

The Bureau is forecasting a fine, but partly cloudy day with a maximum temperature of 30 degrees.

Cloud cover has been predicted to increase with Weatherzone forecasting a "mostly cloudy" night. However, no rain has been forecast to put a dampener on New Year's fireworks.

The mercury is set to skyrocket in 2013 thought with a maximum of 36 degrees predicted for Wednesday.

Topics:  bureau of meteorology, fireworks, new year's eve, weatherzone




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