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Albany Weather and Climate change
Albany has a Mediterranean climate which means we have very few frosts and very few days over 35 degrees. Records have been kept since 1877 and it would seem Albany Weather is changing slowly with less rain in winter and more in the summer months. The Worlds weather pattern seems to be changing possibly due to climate change but although Albany seems to be getting less rain in winter the amount in summer is on the increase. This make for an ideal climate for both visitors and locals alike. In fact Albany had its record amount of rain in November 2008 when a big storm crossed the Great Southern area dropping 114 mm or four and a half inches of rain in 24 hours. Which flooded the City of Albany, this was the most rain since records began in 1877. if you look at the last 12 months of rain and compare each month with the average taken over the last 135 years average for each month, you will find that the end result, despite the ups and downs is a very simular to average year of 931 mm.
Average or Record rainfall & temperature per month since 1877.
Albany Whales and Rainbows.
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