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Molong, Australia, in the province of New South Wales, experiences a temperate climate with hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters.
In summer, the weather is generally hot, with temperatures reaching as high as 30°C (86°F) on the hottest days. These hot days are usually accompanied by strong winds, which help keep the temperature bearable. Rainfall is minimal, with most of the rain falling in the form of thunderstorms in late summer and early autumn.
In winter, temperatures drop significantly, with average temperatures ranging from 8-12°C (46-54°F). Rainfall is more frequent in winter, with most of it falling in the form of light showers. Snowfall is rare in the area, but it does occasionally occur.
Autumn and spring are generally mild and pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 15-20°C (59-68°F). Rainfall is still relatively common, but not as frequent as in winter.
Overall, Molong experiences mild weather year-round, although temperatures can become extreme during summer and winter months. Rainfall is common throughout the year, and snowfall is rare.
As of 2020, the city population is 2577.
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