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Cairns, located in the province of Queensland, Australia, has a tropical climate. The weather is usually warm and humid year-round with temperatures ranging from around 25°C (77°F) in the winter months to around 33°C (91°F) in the summer months.
The wet season in Cairns typically runs from late November to early May. During this time, the region receives the majority of its rainfall with an average of around 250mm (10 inches) per month. Heavy downpours are common during this period, often leading to significant flooding in some areas.
The dry season in Cairns runs from around June to October. Temperatures during this period tend to be a few degrees higher than in the wet season, but the humidity is much lower. Rainfall is minimal during this period, with an average of around 70mm (3 inches) per month.
The best time to visit Cairns is during the dry season. While it is still hot and humid, the lower humidity makes it much more comfortable. The wet season, on the other hand, can be quite unpleasant with the combination of heat and humidity, as well as the risk of flooding.
As of 2020, the city population is 152729.
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