I haven't seen tonight's report on N9N Sydney, but I'm quite an expert on climate as well without having seen the report. Hopefully, anyone watching that report can tell me.
Anyway, what is interesting is that tomorrow, Sydney & Brisbane will be in around the mid-20s on the last day of winter, while other capital cities (exc. Darwin) will be in their mid-teens (14-17'C) which is actual real winter weather. How does that work? It happens more often than not at this time of the year.
Personally, I want the weather during winter to be REALLY just that, winter, not having some elements of early spring or late summer, which Sydney seems to have. Because of that, I sometimes think that Sydney only has two seasons, Summer & Winter, while other capital cities (except Brisbane & Darwin) have four distinct seasons.
Talking about the city's climate in which I live in, Sydney, summer is so humid that it is so uncomfortable to settle into.
Personally, my parents don't really like summer and often think of better places where it is not so humid, let alone not so hot, which is why my parents would like to live in Tasmania, if they could move out of Sydney.
Melbourne has a more comfortable summer weather, which is not as humid as Sydney, although it has more days above 35'C than Sydney (city centre).
If you like to check the climate in your town, suburb or city, click on this link: http://www.bom.gov.a...clim_avg1.shtml
What do you think of the climate in your city?
Edited by TV_Expert, 30 August 2005 - 07:55 PM.