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Port Macquarie, Australia, located in the province of New South Wales, is known for its temperate climate, with mild winters and warm summers.
In the winter months (June-August), temperatures range from an average low of 8°C to an average high of 17°C. Rainfall is relatively low, with an average of only 82mm of precipitation during this period. The area is usually quite clear and sunny during the day, with cool, crisp evening air.
The spring months (September-November) bring slightly warmer temperatures, with an average low of 12°C and an average high of 20°C. Precipitation increases slightly, to an average of 87mm. The days are usually sunny, with some rain showers in the evening.
The summer months (December-February) are typically hot and humid, with an average low of 17°C and an average high of 26°C. Rainfall increases significantly, with an average of 138mm. The days are usually sunny, but afternoon thunderstorms are common.
The autumn months (March-May) bring cooler temperatures once again, with an average low of 10°C and an average high of 19°C. Rainfall decreases slightly, to an average of 104mm. The days are usually sunny, with some rain showers in the evening.
Overall, Port Macquarie has a relatively mild climate year-round, with warm summers and mild winters. Rainfall is usually moderate, but the area does experience some afternoon thunderstorms during the summer months.
As of 2020, the city population is 47973.
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