The better they do, the more spiders do. The heat definitely gets them going,' Mr Peters said. MrMcNelis said he has already seen redback spiders in larger numbers compared to previous years stock image. Already, residents are seeing spiders and insects in increasing numbers. Mr McNelis anticipated the warm weather will 'make it a big year for redbacks and cockroaches in general'. It's been even more abnormal weather this year ,' he said. This map depicts the chance of above median maximum temperature for October to December, showing that much of Australia has an 80 per cent chance of exceeding this.
He said while redbacks were the most common problem at the moment, cockroaches will soon emerge as a dominant player also. I would expect in the next month or so, then they're going to be all coming out a lot more than now. Parts of Sydney reached a top of 29 degrees on Wednesday as the city got an early taste of summer.
Earlier this week experts warned deadly snakes are sliding into suburban homes at an alarming rate as temperatures rise across Australia.
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According to the latest climate outlook from the Bureau of Meteorology, the above-average temperatures Australia has seen for much of are set to continue for the remainder of the year. From October to December, people across the country can not only expect their days to be uncomfortably hot but temperatures overnight are also expected to soar.
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