Why is the Sun in the sky on Saturday?

Sunset: The Australian Financial Services Association (AFSA) is hoping people won’t mind the extra sun when they go to the shops on Saturday.

The association has posted an image of the sky over the Sunshine Coast on its Facebook page.

The AFSA says the sunsets have already been a big hit on social media. “

So take your sun hat off and take a long look out for the sunrise.”

The AFSA says the sunsets have already been a big hit on social media.

Another wrote: “It’s just too hot, too dark, too humid. “

I am a bit worried the sky won’t be as clear this time of year.”

AFSI says the weather will be fine with temperatures around 30 degrees, although it’s not certain whether it will be the same as the previous week. “

Theres no sun to reflect, the sky is too dark and it just feels like it was taken out of a movie.”

AFSI says the weather will be fine with temperatures around 30 degrees, although it’s not certain whether it will be the same as the previous week.

The Aussie Bureau of Meteorology says the maximum temperature is set for the west of Australia from 6am.

The temperature will rise slowly until around 9pm and then the weather starts to get warmer.