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Weather forecast for Melbourne, Australia

02 march tuesday

05:00

55°

1017

55%

13.4

06:00

55°

1017

56%

13.4

07:00

55°

1017

55%

15.4

08:00

55°

1017

54%

15.9

09:00

57°

1018

53%

15.9

10:00

57°

1018

51%

15.9

11:00

59°

1019

51%

15.9

12:00

59°

1019

49%

15.4

13:00

59°

1019

48%

15

14:00

60°

1018

46%

14.5

15:00

60°

1018

47%

14.3

16:00

60°

1018

48%

14.1

17:00

60°

1018

48%

13.9

18:00

60°

1018

50%

13.2

19:00

59°

1018

55%

12.8

20:00

59°

1018

56%

12.3

21:00

59°

1019

57%

11.4

22:00

59°

1019

58%

10.7

23:00

57°

1019

60%

10.1

00:00

57°

1019

65%

9.8

01:00

57°

1019

66%

9.8

02:00

57°

1018

65%

9.8

03:00

55°

1018

66%

8.7

04:00

55°

1018

68%

7.8

Sunrise 07:04

Full Moon

Sunset 19:59

Daylight

12:54

Location information

The climate zone in which Melbourne is located is characterized by relative stability. Summers are relatively warm, and winters are both mild and frosty. In spring and autumn, the weather is rather unstable. Strong temperature changes are observed.

Until a few years ago, long-term weather forecasts were fairly accurate. But recently, against the background of global warming and changes in almost all weather parameters, it has become much more difficult to make long-term forecasts. The most accurate weather forecast in Melbourne is given for a period of 1 to 7 days. The most accurate data is the weather for today, the weather for tomorrow, or the weather forecast for the week. The weather forecast for a month is considered long-term. This is not to say that it is unreliable. It's just not as accurate as the short-term one. It should be noted that it is compiled through a series of meteorological measurements. Weather data for the previous days of the month are also taken into account. In the northern regions, the weather is more stable for forecasting. The southern regions are characterized by the active occurrence of atmospheric fronts, which brings precipitation, strong winds, thunderstorms, and hurricanes. The influence of the sun and the difference in temperature of the air masses play an important role in forecasting. Pronounced seasonality allows making a more accurate forecast. It determines the clear time intervals of the year.

Its central part is located at 58 m above sea level. This has a significant impact on climate and weather in Melbourne. In general, the climate is favorable for living. According to the data from the last census, the size of population in Melbourne is 3730206 inhabitants.
Timezone - 11.0.