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Weather of Australia in July

Weather of Australia in July is characterized by the winter season.Winter in Australia begins from the first week of June and ends at around the last week of August. The Australian winter is generally cool and pleasant.

The winter weather in Australia generally experiences cool climatic conditions. The average winter temperature in Australia ranges from around 8℃ (46℉) at night to 16℃ (61℉) in the daytime.

Winters in Australia are usually accompanied by Winter in Perth is generally a rainy season along with cool sunny days characterized by occasional storms, rainfall, lightning or thunder showers.

Expect from 80mm to 131mm of rain in a month, with the most rain in June tapering into August.

Australia has witnessed quite a few thunderstorms in July over the years. New South Wales, Victoria, Port Willunga have been subject to destructive thunderstorms causing mass destruction. Wild winds, bushfires, rains and hails have all been a regular feature of Australian weather in July.

The highest mean temperature in July is generally recorded in the Brian Pastures at about 24 degrees while the lowest is recorded at 7.5 in and around Jurien Bay.

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