Temperature has been reaching 38-40 degrees Celcius in winters. Australians might know why.
Well not so much in winter. That would be a rare event and outside the norm. Our temperature is all based on the high and low pressures over central Australia where it gets very hot. The winds from the pressure systems drag that hot air into areas that are at times cooler on average.
In winter the pressure systems move south and then bring up the artic air.
This might make it seem our climate is hot. As an Aussie though, we do enjoy our summers and the hot days. Bar B Q's, beer, beaches and the shade from an old eucalyptus tree. Nothing better ...
"These days" are in the middle of summer.
It's summer right now in the southern hemisphere.
by freecampingaussie6 years ago
What is the weather like where you are ?We are coming into the wet season up the top of Australia where we could be cut off for ages by flooding , There will be a lot of beautiful waterfalls appearing & it is...
by Leslie A. Shields6 years ago
We have sustained 63 days of 90degree or higher temps... what about you?
by donotfear6 years ago
So quiet outdoors.Yes, yesterday was 111 F. Thermometer in the shade of the carport says 100 right now. It's been too hot for too long. Since first of June. Not enough rain, very very little. Dead...
by Susan Keeping7 years ago
How do you handle the hot, humid summer days?Most of the east coast of North America is suffering through a heatwave, how do you beat the heat?
by Firoz4 years ago
Does the weather affect your mood? How?
by heohongtham7 years ago
I have lived here for more than 1 year. Its wonderful weather: not to hot in the summer and not too cold in the winter.What do you think?
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