Sydney has fifth warmest April in 151 years

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Sydney has fifth warmest April in 151 years Paul Tatnell April 30, 2010 Sydney has experienced its fifth warmest April on record with a month of balmy nights and little rain. But don't put away the warm clothes just yet with predictions that winter is on the way; it's just running a little late. The average April minimum temperature was 1 degree above the average of 16 degrees. Combined with high humidity and little wind, temperatures rose. Advertisement: Story continues below With the average April maximum of 25 degrees, Sydney recorded its second highest maximum temperatures averages in 151 years. Meteorologist for Fairfax company weatherzone.com.au, Samuel Terry, said a number of high pressure systems meant pleasant weather, but, in bad news for our water catchments, very little rain. "A high pressure ridge extended in over New South Wales for most of the month, preventing any real cold fronts from pushing through. Towards the middle of the month, a humid, northerly wind flow established which really bumped up
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Mrsmith during the Three '11 term at University of Sydney.

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