Category Archive: Weather

Dec 03 2017

What is the Weather like in Australia

A common question about Australia is: “What is the Weather like in Australia?”

The easy answer is, “it varies, depending on where you are”.

For the extreme variations, it is currently:

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Oct 20 2017

Winter Temperatures in Australia

How Cold is it in Winter in Australia

That is a question I have seen many times, and the answer always has to be; “It depends on what part”, as it varies so much..

A winter night can be as high as 28°C in one part while it is as low as minus 10°C in another area.
And a Winter day can be as high as 38°C but down to minus 6°C in another part.
These were 2016 figures, 2017 is similar.

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Jan 31 2016

Weather in Australia: January 2016

Weather in January 2016 in each of the States of Australia ACT Weather in January 2016 In January 2016, Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory had temperatures varying between: The Highest of 39.3 øC and the Lowest of 5.5 øC. The 9am temperature varied between 13.6 øC and 30.6 øC The 3pm temperature varied between …

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Jul 27 2010

Rain in Sydney NSW

Sydney has about 1200mm of rain in an average year, with the majority falling during the Winter period, although the difference between seasons appears minimal. 620mm During the April to September period which includes Winter 580mm During the October to March period which includes Summer The average number of rain days is about 138 per …

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Jul 26 2010

Australia Average Rain

The following figures for average rainfall in some Australian Capital cities shows how varied the rain can be. Adelaide for example gets twice as much rain during the half year including winter, as it does during summer. However, Brisbane is totally opposite, with twice as much rain during the half year including summer, as it …

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Nov 17 2009

UV Index Adelaide, South Australia

Current level from The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA). [iframe http://www.arpansa.gov.au/uvindex/realtime/adl_rtr.htm 550 650]

Nov 17 2009

UV Index Brisbane

Brisbane UV Levels Current level from The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA). [iframe http://www.arpansa.gov.au/uvindex/realtime/bri_rtr.htm 550 650]

Nov 17 2009

UV Index Melbourne, Victoria

Current level from The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA). [iframe http://www.arpansa.gov.au/uvindex/realtime/mel_rtr.htm 550 650]

Nov 17 2009

UV Index Perth, WA

Current level from The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA). [iframe http://www.arpansa.gov.au/uvindex/realtime/per_rtr.htm 550 650]

Nov 17 2009

UV Index Sydney New South Wales

Current level from The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA). [iframe http://www.arpansa.gov.au/uvindex/realtime/syd_rtr.htm 550 650]

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