By Andrew Prentice For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 15:33 GMT, 6 January 2021 | Updated: 17:06 GMT, 6 January 2021
Australia's extreme weather has been on full display, with incessant rain in Queensland, wild storms in New South Wales and with raging bushfires in Western Australia.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
A blaze which began accidentally in Red Gully, north of Perth, on Saturday has since has burnt through more than 9,000 hectares of land.
Many residents have been forced out of their homes across the Ocean Farms Estate and Seaview areas after the fire jumped containment lines. People have been advised to evacuate their homes as quickly as they can.
The emergency warning in Western Australia covers parts of Regans Ford, Cowalla, Moore River National Park, Nilgen, Mimegarra, Wedge Island, Karakin, Orange Springs and Lancelin, according to the ABC.
A blaze in Red Gully, north of Perth (pictured) has burnt through more than 9000 hectares of land since Saturday
Residents have been advised to evacuate their homes immediately as the blaze near Gingin, north of Perth (pictured above) continues to advance
With temperatures of up to 43C forecast in some areas for Friday, firefighters will also have to deal with a strong change from an easterly to a southerly wind.
Premier Mark McGowan thanked the professional and volunteer workers working tirelessly to combat the relentless fires.
'The hot and windy conditions have been very challenging,' he said in a statement.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'With more hot and windy conditions forecasted for the next few days, and temperatures forecast in the high 30 and 40's we can expect that elevated fire risk to come.'
It has been a very different story in Queensland, with rainfall of up to 80mm in some areas across an hour in the Ipswich region, in Brisbane's west on Wednesday.
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