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Newman, Australia, located in the province of Western Australia, experiences a hot, arid climate year-round. Summers (December – February) are hot and dry with temperatures reaching up to 40°C and minimal rainfall. Nights are usually warm, with temperatures around 26°C.
Spring (September – November) and autumn (March – May) are generally hot and dry, with temperatures reaching up to the mid-30s during the day and dropping to around 20°C at night.
Winter (June – August) is relatively mild, with daytime temperatures ranging from 18°C to 25°C, while overnight temperatures can drop to around 8°C. Rainfall is minimal during this season, with an average of 25mm per month.
Overall, Newman experiences very little rainfall throughout the year, with the wettest months being December and January. However, thunderstorms are common during the summer months, bringing with them brief, heavy downpours.
As of 2020, the city population is 4567.
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