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October 23rd, 2012, 12:39
Spring in Melbourne is windy. Generally speaking it's a north wind, and from what I understand it's caused by the differences in pressure between cold air left over from winter, and warm air generated by the longer, sunnier days.
I have no issue with longer, sunnier days, but I ride north home from work on my pushbike, so am literally very tired of the wind. Toss in a little hayfever from the horrible European trees that we Melburnians insist on planting for some reason, and spring in Melbourne can really suck.
Summer is hot. Winter = kids with colds.
Autumn though is perfect. Mild days, no wind. If anyone is thinking of visiting - Autumn's the time of year you want to do it.
Tired but happy
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