The climate in Australia
In the southern hemisphere, Australia stretches from the 10th to the 40th parallel. Such a large country with a number of different climate types. The north, which is closest to the equator, is tropical. There it is always 30 °C. The rainy season there runs from November to April. The east coast of Australia is also wet. There most precipitation is also between November and April. In winter the mercury drops to 20 °C during the day. July is the coldest month. The south clearly has four seasons. In the summertime it is 30 °C. Most rain falls in the cold period, May to September. July is the coldest month with a daytime average of 15 degrees. The interior of Australia is hot and dry. In December and January in the desert area it is more than 35 °C. Here precipitation can fall anytime throughout the year, but not in large quantities.