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How's the weather in Australia?

Is the Australian climate as extreme as you think it is?
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Last updated: February 26, 2023
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First submittedAugust 27, 2021
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1. Which city has the highest average annual morning humidity?
Cairns
Canberra
Ballarat
Brisbane
Ballarat is 81, Canberra 73, Cairns 72, Brisbane 66
2. Which of these cities has the highest average annual afternoon humidity?
Adelaide
Perth
Newcastle
Townsville
Newcastle is 67, Townsville 57, Adelaide 47, Perth 45
3. Which city has the highest average high temperature annually?
Cairns
Darwin
Townsville
Rockhampton
Darwin's average high is 32°C (90°F), Cairns Rockhampton and Townsville all 29°
4. Which of these cities has the lowest average low temperature annually?
Canberra
Hobart
Melbourne
Albury
Canberra's average low is 7°C (45°F), which equals Ballarat and Launceston. Hobart's is 9°, equal with Albury, and Melbourne's is 11°
5. What is the sunniest city in Australia?
Perth
Albury
Adelaide
Rockhampton
With 146 sunny days and 140 partly sunny days, Rockingham in Western Australia easily tops the list
6. Which is the windiest city?
Mandurah
Newcastle
Geelong
Mackay
Average afternoon windspeed in Newcastle is 30.9kph (19.2mph)
7. Which of these cities has the highest number of rainy days a year?
Ballarat
Melbourne
Wollongong
Sydney
Melbourne 93, Sydney 98, Wollongong 100, Ballarat 105
8. Which city has the highest annual rainfall?
Sydney
Darwin
Melbourne
Cairns
Cairns 1986mm, Darwin 1811mm, Sydney 1223mm, Melbourne 603mm
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