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Weather in October-November

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Weather in October-November


I was just wondering would the weather in Adelaide in October and November be similar to what you get in now in April, May and June?

I'm trying to see whether it would be better to go to Adelaide or Perth! I've asked the same question in the Perth forum.

Thank you

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1. Re: Weather in October-November

Best time of the year in ADL IMO.

Warm - but generally not hot. Not much rain. Countryside still green. Roses blooming.

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2. Re: Weather in October-November

Why not visit both Adelaide and Perth?

Generally speaking, Perth would be warmer than Adelaide...

As regards your question, October and November are warmer and drier months than April, May and June; June is winter

Bon voyage :)

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3. Re: Weather in October-November

Here in Adelaide we generally get Perth's weather the next day or so....and yes, at times, Perth can be hotter but theres not really a lot of difference in the overall weather seasons for these two cities, certainly not enough that one would decide whether to visit one or the other based on weather alone.

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