Western Sydney – coldest summer on record

Sydney’s record cool weather to continue

February 15, 2012

WESTERN Sydney is experiencing its coldest summer on record thanks to cloud and rain associated with the La Nina weather cycle.

Tom Saunders, senior meteorologist at The Weather Channel, said Penrith had experienced average maximum temperatures of 26.2C, while Parramatta recorded an average of 24.6C.

Blacktown hit an average 25C.

Meanwhile, Sydney was only able to record an average 24.6C, putting it on track for the coldest summer since 1953.

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2 Responses to “Western Sydney – coldest summer on record”

  1. Otter

    Now the question is, what does a cold summer mean for the coming winter? A hot summer is supposed to mean a cold winter, according to their group(UN)think.

    YOu guys better have a mild winter, or someone’s gots some ‘splainin to do! 😉

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