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Vincentia, Australia, located in the province of New South Wales, experiences a humid subtropical climate with warm to hot summers and mild to cool winters. The summer months (December through February) are generally hot, with temperatures reaching into the mid to high twenties Celsius (low to mid-eighties Fahrenheit). Nights tend to remain balmy and the area experiences the occasional thunderstorm. The winter months (June through August) are mild, with temperatures ranging from the mid-teens Celsius (mid-fifties Fahrenheit) during the day to the low single digits Celsius (low forties Fahrenheit) at night. Rainfall is spread throughout the year, with an average of around 1,100 mm (43 inches) annually, and occasional snowfall on the nearby higher elevations. The spring months (September through November) are usually mild and sunny, with temperatures in the low to mid twenties Celsius (low to mid-seventies Fahrenheit). The autumn months (March through May) are generally mild and dry, with temperatures ranging from the mid-teens Celsius (mid-fifties Fahrenheit) during the day to the low single digits Celsius (low forties Fahrenheit) at night.
As of 2020, the city population is 3290.
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