Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Visiting Canberra

Hi friends, Canberra, the capital city of Australia is one every tourist wants to visit for its superb weather conditions. The city is a planned one and the inter city area was originally designed by American architect who planned geometric pattern roads.

The climate in Canberra is relatively dry with warm to hot summers and cool to cold winters. Snow is rare but the adjacent areas heavy snow falls in the winter and snow capped mountains can be seen. Light snow quite often falls once or twice per year but it is not widespread and quickly dissipates. Canberra is less humid than the surrounding coastal areas. Annual rainfall is low and evenly spread over the seasons. The area is not very windy and the breeze is strong for few months. The average temperature is between -3 degree Celsius and +14 degree Celsius. The canberra weather forecast could be viewed from the weather channel. You can view the current weather condition of the day and also for future week. In January 1999 the weather channel was launched initially for the region and later it started providing national information in the year 2002 by joining FOXTEL network. At present this weather channel is Australia’s premier twenty four hour meteorological outlet. This will enable you to have an idea about the weather condition in the city. You can plan your tour accordingly to have sight seeing and comfortable stay in the city. Certainly visit to the city at an appropriate season will enhance your happiness.

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