Tuesday, July 12

Winter returns

Sydney's just had its sunniest week in six months. The Sydney Morning Herald reports that an average of 10 hours sunshine has graced each of the past seven days, making it the sunniest week since January, when one week averaged 10.5 hours of sun.  In fact, we've had the sunniest start to July for at least nine years.  Tonight the sky is extraordinarily clear making our city view more spectacular than ever.

Sadly, the wonderful weather is forecast to come to an end as scattered rain is predicted for tomorrow.  Its likely to stay this way for the next week or so.  Thank goodness I'm off to New York for business on Friday. The Big Apple is forecasting sunshine and highs approaching 30°C while I'm in town.

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