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Although most will not flock to the beach this Christmas, Weatherzone has advised Australians not to let a few drops of rain get in the way of outdoor celebrations.

Early predictions suggest that Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Darwin and Hobart will be mostly cloudy with rain and storms forecast for some cities.

“I wouldn’t let the possibility of a possible rain ruin any plans,” said Weatherzone meteorologist Brett Dutschke. nine.com.au.

Perth and Adelaide will stay to catch the sun for the rest of us, with warmer conditions.

This is what all major cities are expected to see on Christmas Day.

Weather forecast for Christmas Day as of Tuesday, December 15, 2020. (9News)

Sydney is expected to reach a maximum temperature of 27 ° C with scattered showers throughout the day.

While the possibility of storms exists, torrential rains are unlikely.

Southeastern winds could cause the temperature to drop to a low of 19 ° C.

“Sydney can look forward to pleasant temperatures and sunny breaks,” said Dutschke.

“Parts of Sydney may remain dry, but the rains will spread throughout the day.”

Last year’s Christmas Day celebrations at Bondi Beach. (Jenny Evans / Getty Images)

The Sunshine State will not live up to its name this Christmas with the rain forecast for the Queensland capital.

“Brisbane has a high probability of being wet,” Dutschke said.

“At this stage, it seems like it is likely to rain intermittently on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.”

Cloud cover and south-easterly winds will cause Brisbane to reach a maximum of 29 ° C and a minimum of 21 ° C.

Unlike most of the country, Adelaide It will be mostly sunny for your Christmas festivities.

The temperature is predicted to reach 31 ° C, but southeastern winds tending to the west could produce a minimum of 16 ° C.

Dutschke said that while the sun will rise and temperatures will be above average, it is “unlikely to be extremely hot.”

Adelaide residents sunbathe on Henley Beach. (Getty)

“There will be showers on Christmas Eve and even more likely on Christmas Day,” Dutschke said.

Temperatures will be “comfortable”, and are expected to reach a maximum of 26ºC.

It is expected to drop to 12 ° C at night due to the southeast and northeast winds.

Darwin will see a downpour on Christmas Day with a “high chance of being wet and a high chance of thunderstorms.”

“The days leading up to Christmas will be wetter than Christmas itself,” Dutschke said.

Temperatures will be warm, ranging between 25 ° C and 32 ° C.

Southerly winds are expected when temperatures reach 27 ° C, with a minimum of 14 ° C.

“The cloud cover will be around on Christmas Day, but still a bit of sunshine,” Dutschke said.

Melbourne City Hall decorated for Christmas. (Images by SOPA / LightRocket via Gett)
People in Hobart you will wake up to showers, but they will clear during the day.

It is expected to be mostly cloudy on Christmas Day with temperatures reaching 22 ° C.

Winds from the northwest will turn into a cool southeast in the afternoon, and temperatures will drop to 12 ° C.

“Generally dry, there is only a chance of a short shower on both Christmas Eve and Christmas,” Dutschke said.

Perth It will be mostly sunny with a minimal chance of rain, reaching a maximum of 30 ° C and a minimum of 17 ° C.

“It will be warm to hot before Christmas,” Dutschke said.

“Christmas Eve will probably hit minus 30 degrees, but Christmas Day will be cooler with a change.”


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