We've got another warm forecast this long weekend.
Temps will start rising from tomorrow where Adelaide can expect a sunny top of 33.
That'll then rise to 37 on Thursday, 40 on Friday and peaking to 42 for Saturday and Sunday.
From today until at least Friday, sun protection is advised between 9.10am - 5.30pm where the UV index is predicted to reach an extreme 13.
There's absolutely no rain on the forecast until some possible showers on Monday meaning we won't get much relief until then.
But there's plenty on around town to get you out of the stinking hot house.
Crush Festival - 50 events across 30 venues as part of the three-day food and wine festival, starting Friday.
Cricket - Gillette ODI Series Australia v England, Friday 1.50pm.
Australia Day in the City - parade, concert and fireworks at Elder Park, Friday 6.00pm.
City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters - picnic, music and games at the Payneham Memorial Swimming Centre, Friday 12-3pm.
Moseley Beach Club - offering 8 premium sunbeds and 48 sun lounges, Friday 12pm-11pm, Saturday 10am–11pm, Sunday 10am–9pm.
Australia Day Free Breakfasts - Friday 8am-11am
The breakfasts will be held at four locations around our city:
- Aldinga Beach – Symonds Reserve, Butterworth Road
- Aberfoyle Park – Bob Such Reserve, Jessica Street
- Noarlunga Centre – Ramsay Place
- Willunga – The Old Court House
What are you doing this long weekend? Let us know what it is at Emma.Charlton@sca.com.au