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Hamilton, Australia is a small city in the province of Victoria, situated on the Grange Burn River. Hamilton is known for its mild climate and beautiful natural scenery.
In the summer months, from December to February, Hamilton typically experiences warm temperatures, with temperatures ranging from 23 to 27 degrees Celsius (73 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit). There is plenty of sunshine and days are generally dry.
In the autumn months, from March to May, temperatures cool slightly, with temperatures ranging from 13 to 23 degrees Celsius (55 to 73 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall increases during this time, with the wettest months usually being May and April.
During the winter months, from June to August, temperatures drop significantly and can range from 4 to 13 degrees Celsius (39 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit). Snow is rare, but the city can experience frost and occasionally cold temperatures.
In the spring months, from September to November, temperatures begin to rise and range from 13 to 23 degrees Celsius (55 to 73 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall is still common during this time, but the days become increasingly sunny as the season progresses.
Overall, Hamilton experiences a mild climate year-round, with warm summers and cold winters. The city is known for its beautiful natural scenery, with green hills and river valleys surrounding the city.
As of 2020, the city population is 9974.
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