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Alice Springs, located in the province of Northern Territory in Australia, experiences hot and dry weather year-round. The summers (November to March) are hot and dry, with temperatures reaching up to 40°C (104°F). The winters (May to September) are mild and dry, with temperatures rarely dropping below 10°C (50°F). The desert climate generally means that Alice Springs experiences very little rainfall, with an average of only 264mm (10.4in) of rain per year.
Alice Springs is known for its clear skies and sunny weather, and is a popular tourist destination in summer. During this time, Alice Springs enjoys long days with an average of 13 hours of sunlight each day.
Throughout the year, Alice Springs is affected by the monsoon season. This usually begins in November and ends in April, bringing with it strong winds, dust storms, and heavy rains. During this time, temperatures can drop significantly and there can be extreme weather conditions.
Alice Springs is also known for its extreme temperatures, with temperatures often exceeding 40°C (104°F) during summer and occasionally falling below 0°C (32°F) during winter. This means that visitors should take appropriate precautions when visiting, such as wearing appropriate clothing and staying hydrated.
As of 2020, the city population is 31120.
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