December 25, 2009, Newsletter Issue #338: Christmas in Australia

Tip of the Week

Christmas Day in Australia has a tendency to be cold. Don't ask me why. All of the days leading up to the day are the usual hot summer weather (complete with 30 degree night-times) but on Christmas Day the weaher seems to sense that the entire nation is preparing for a barbeque and puts on rain in response. It's worse for Tasmania, where the weather has access to heavier artillery, as Christmas sometimes involves snow.

Christmas Day being over now, the weather is gearing up for another incredible summer. Hope all Lifetips readers had a great holiday season, and happy New Year!

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