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Karratha, located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, is a remote town that experiences an arid climate with hot, dry summers and mild, warm winters. Summers in Karratha are usually very hot, with temperatures typically ranging from 28°C to 38°C (82°F to 100°F). The humidity is usually low during this time, making the heat even more oppressive. Winters in Karratha are mild and pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 16°C to 26°C (61°F to 79°F). Rainfall is scarce throughout the year, with an average of less than 300mm annually, and most of it falls during the summer months. The area is prone to severe storms in the summer, with strong winds and heavy rain. Despite the heat and lack of rain, Karratha is still a great destination for outdoor activities such as fishing, camping, and beach days.
As of 2020, the city population is 16708.
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