Newcastle Weather

Newcastle weather is one of contrasts. In summer it can get considerably hot and can reach temperatures in the mid 40s, although its sea breezes can help take the edge off. Whereas in winter it can get quite cool.

All year around Newcastle experiences showers, which helps ensure that its surrounding parklands are abundant with flora and fauna.

In summer, Newcastle weather experiences an average maximum temperature of 25.5 in January and a minimum average high of 19.3 in February.

In July, Newcastle weather is at its coldest with a maximum temperature of 16.7 degrees Celsius and a minimum temperature of 8.4 in the same month.

Most of Newcastle's rainfall occurs in autumn in the month of March with an average maximum rainfall of 120.8mm. Rainfall experiences an average low of 70.4mm in spring in November.

Newcastle Weather

Newcastle weather is one of contrasts. In summer it can get considerably hot and can reach temperatures in the mid 40s, although its sea breezes can help take the edge off. Whereas in winter it can get quite cool.

All year around Newcastle experiences showers, which helps ensure that its surrounding parklands are abundant with flora and fauna.

In summer, Newcastle weather experiences an average maximum temperature of 25.5 in January and a minimum average high of 19.3 in February.

In July, Newcastle weather is at its coldest with a maximum temperature of 16.7 degrees Celsius and a minimum temperature of 8.4 in the same month.

Most of Newcastle's rainfall occurs in autumn in the month of March with an average maximum rainfall of 120.8mm. Rainfall experiences an average low of 70.4mm in spring in November.