Melbourne is pretty close to smashing a record for warm weather as the city swelters under its hottest stretch in 155 years.
BOM senior climatologist Blair Trewin said we were well on track to break records.
"We haven’t previously have more than six days in a row over 28 degrees in November – today’s number four and we’re forecasting to get at least seven.”
In a statement on Twitter, the Bureau Of Meterology (BOM) confirmed the city's marathon eight nights of temperatures above 15 degrees - with the CBD currently sitting at a toasty 30 degrees.
"Forecast is for the warm conditions to continue for at least another 6 nights," wrote the BOM on Twitter.
Trewin said averages of 22 by day and 13 by night were usual for Melbourne in November.