The current heatwave in Australia will inflame the carbonistas who will claim it is caused by wicked humans exhaling and exhausting carbon dioxide.
But carbon dioxide is almost irrelevant to local heat conditions.
That is all about wind.
If the wind blows from the summer tropics for days, we will have a heat wave and possible bushfires; but if we get a winter gale from polar regions there may be brass-monkey mornings, sleet and sheep farmer alerts.
If it blows from the sea we may get enervating humidity and thunder storms; but if it comes from the desert we may get lip-cracking dryness, whirl-winds or dust storms.
If there is no wind at all, the heat will peak after lunch and it will be coolest just as the sun rises.
And if you are yachting in Antarctic waters, the wind can trap your ship in floating sea ice if you are a careless ninny.
Simple stuff really, except for government-funded climatologists with giant computers needing a software upgrade.
And carbon dioxide has almost nothing to do with any of it.