Canberra weather is fairly dry and is known to have a continental climate.
In summer, Canberra can get quite warm and reaches an average maximum temperature of 26.8 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is consistent with an average downpour of 56.3mm.
Moving into autumn, Canberra weather becomes cooler and temperatures decrease to an average of 20 degrees Celsius and rainfall slightly decreases to 47.2mm.
By Australia standards, Canberra weather in winter becomes quite cold. While the days can be fine, the average minimum temperature in Canberra is 0.7 degrees Celsius, and the average maximum temperature gets to 12.2 during this time.
Canberra experiences less rainfall than its other seasons during winter with a 42.8mm average.
In spring, Canberra weather is pleasant and although it experiences the most amount of rainfall than any other time of the year at 59.8mm, the average maximum temperature returns to a warmer 19.4 degrees Celsius.
Date: Sunday 9th March, 2014
Wind: 7 km/h SE, gusts to 9 km/h
Rainfall: 27.0mm since 9am