Question: Which state in Australia has the worst weather?

Melbourne has the most disgustingly coldest weather in Australia. We get 9 months of winter 1 month of summer and 2 months of autumn with no spring whatsoever. It is extremely windy and dry. It only rains when you wash the car.

Where in Australia has the most storms?

Thunderstorms are most frequent over the northern half of the country, and generally decrease southward, with lowest frequencies in southeast Tasmania. A secondary maximum is also apparent in southeast Queensland and over central and eastern New South Wales, extending into the northeastern Victorian highlands.

What state in Australia rains the most?

The wettest regions are around Cairns in far north Queensland and the west coast of Tasmania around Strahan, about 1600 kilometres to the south.

Which state has the best climate in Australia?

Perth arguably has the best Australia Day weather, experiencing just 8 Australia Day’s of rain since 1900 with an average of 2.9mm of rain falling on these days. It also has the highest average maximum temperature at 30.4°C with 61 of the past 116 Australia Days above 30°C.

Has it ever reached 50 degrees in Australia?

“In the past, Australia has only recorded temperatures above 50 degrees on three occasions: the most recent being Mardie in Western Australia’s Pilbara region in 1998, and Oodnadatta in South Australia, which reached 50 degrees twice in 1960 and still holds the record of 50.7C set in January of that year.

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Where does it storm most in the world?

The area that experiences the most thunderstorm days in the world is northern Lake Victoria in Uganda, Africa. In Kampala thunder is heard on average 242 days of the year, although the actual storms usually hover over the lake and do not strike the city itself.

What is the biggest storm in Australia?

Cyclone Mahina was the deadliest tropical cyclone in Australia’s recorded history, and probably one of the most intense ever recorded.

How many people died in Australia from lightning?

There are between five and ten deaths from lightning strikes in Australia each year, and over 100 injuries. About 80 of these injuries result from the use of landline telephones during thunderstorms.

What is Australia’s driest state?

South Australia is usually the driest state in Australia, with 2017 being no exception. Last year was actually a wetter than usual rainfall year for South Australia, with an average rainfall of 248.9mm, which is 11% above the long term average for South Australia (the average again taken from 1961 – 1990).

Does it ever rain in Australia?

Australia is one of the continents most affected and experiences extensive droughts alongside considerable wet periods. … As a whole, Australia has a very low annual average rainfall of 419 mm (16 in).

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