What is the 14 day weather forecast for Sydney?
Sydney 14 day forecast
|Friday, May 27||64 ° / 55 °||Partly cloudy|
|Saturday, May 28||60 ° / 59 °||Partly cloudy|
|Sunday, May 29||60 ° / 59 °||Moderate rain|
|Monday, May 30||62 ° / 60 °||Light rain shower|
What is the long range weather forecast for Sydney?
Sydney 30 days weather forecast
|5 60° /53°||6 62° /50°||8 62° /55°|
|12 64° /55°||13 64° /53°||15 66° /51°|
|19 60° /51°||20 62° /53°||22 60° /51°|
|26 60° /51°||27 62° /51°||29 62° /51°|
Will the 2022 summer be hot in Australia?
Hot and dry are the words most likely to wrap up most of Australia’s introduction to 2022, with limited rainfall expected across the nation. Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Jonathan How said Queensland and the Northern Territory will see some rainfall, but nothing more than 20mm is expected.
Is 5mm of rain a lot?
Moderate rain: Greater than 0.5 mm per hour, but less than 4.0 mm per hour. Heavy rain: Greater than 4 mm per hour, but less than 8 mm per hour. Very heavy rain: Greater than 8 mm per hour. Slight shower: Less than 2 mm per hour.
What is Sydney known for?
Sydney is a vibrant city known for its yacht-studded harbour, superb beaches and the iconic Opera House with its towering sail structure. Once a British colony of exiled convicts, Sydney has grown into Australia’s most diverse and cosmopolitan city with an exciting food, arts and entertainment scene.
Will it be a cold winter in NSW 2022?
Minimum temperatures for January to March are likely to be warmer than median except areas near the Great Australian Bight, according to the BoM. The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted wet and cool weather for the eastern Australia while the west was forecast for dry and hot weather in early 2022.