Tasmania climate is classified as temperate maritime and is rarely extremely hot or extremely cold. Tasmania has four distinct seasons, unlike a lot of Australia.
The summer is usually warm and sunny with mild evenings.
Autumn is generally clear cool days and frosty nights with the trees showing autumn colours and loosing their leaves.
Winter is often sudden storms, with shorter day light hours and snow on the higher peaks.
Spring is showers and beautiful new growth warming to summer.
The west coast of Tasmania is the wettest region and the east coast is generally milder and warmer than the rest of the state.
The highest recorded maximum temperature in Tasmania was recorded at Hobart on the 4th of January 1976, it was 40.8 degrees Celsius.
The lowest recorded minimum temperature in Tasmania was recorded at Shannon on the 30th of June 1983 it was minus 13 degrees Celsius.
Hobart weather is mild and temperate with four distinct seasons.
Summer in Hobart is warm and sunny.
The average daily maximum temperatures is around 21 degrees Celsius.
The average daily minimum temperature is around 11 degrees Celsius.
Winter in Hobart is cold.
The average daily maximum temperature is around 12 degrees Celsius.
The average daily minimum temperature is around 5 degrees Celsius.
The highest recorded maximum temperature in Hobart was recorded on the 4th of January 1976, it was 40.8 degrees Celsius.
The lowest recorded minimum temperature in Hobart was recorded on the 25th of June 1972, it was minus 2.8 degrees Celsius.
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