For those living in the northern hemisphere, it is best to remember that the Australian seasons are the opposite of those in the north; Both the northern winter, pack clothes in the summer for a visit to Sydney.
In northern Australia, what are you two clearly defined seasons, wet (approximately from November to April) and dry (April to November) when temperatures remain tropical.
For the day-to-day conditions in different areas, it is best to check what the weather will be like.
Regarding the Australian seasons go, there are more rainy days in autumn in Sydney – on average just over 12 days each during March, April and May – and between seven and eight in the rest of the year. Rainfall is typically light – from 2.8 cm per month in the spring to 5.3 inches in the autumn.
Umbrellas are great for rain and a coat or jacket may be sufficient for light drizzles.
For weather conditions – such as storms or hurricanes – is always a good idea to check with Meteorological Service.
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Submited at Wednesday, September 7th, 2011 at 10:00 pm on Australia by alliana
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