Weather in Sydney

Sydney has a temperate climate, and experiences rainfall throughout the year, especially between March and June. Expats from frost-ridden countries will have to adjust to Sydney’s climate, which is typically warm and dry. Sydney experiences clear blue skies and sunny conditions for about 100 days of each year.

The hottest months are January and February, which can see daytime temperatures reaching as high as 90°F (35°C). The potential for bushfires in the city’s surrounds during the summer months is high.
Winters can have a few warm and still days but can also be wet and cold. The coldest month is July, though temperatures rarely drop below 47°F (9°C). The city is prone to hail and wind storms, and sometimes experiences flash flooding.

Sydney Climate Chart

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