What is the hottest temperature ever recorded in Marble Bar?

What is the hottest temperature ever recorded in Marble Bar?

What is the hottest temperature ever recorded in Marble Bar?

100 °F
Learn about this topic in these articles: For example, Marble Bar has recorded a maximum temperature of 100 °F or more on 162 consecutive days. Temperatures in winter remain moderate except in the uplands of Tasmania and southeastern Australia, where snow is common.

Is Marble Bar The hottest place in the world?

According to the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), on December 27 sometime around 3pm Marble Bar recorded a temperature of 49.3C. During 2018, now officially Australia’s third hottest year ever, that was the highest temperature recorded anywhere in the country.

How cold does it get in Marble Bar?

Nights from June to August can be chilly, occasionally as low as 5 °C (41 °F) but frost is unknown. Even in mid winter however, brief bursts of heat can result in the temperature rising to as high as 35 °C (95 °F) for a few days before dropping back to normal.

Is Marble Bar worth visiting?

Hi Christine, Marble Bar is very small and quiet and may not be worth such a big detour if you are on a heavy schedule. However, there are a quite a few lovely natural spots in the general area that may make it worthwhile, particularly if you are interested in photographing scenery.

Why is it called Marble Bar?

Marble Bar gets its name from what was thought to be a colourful Marble Bar that crosses the Coongan River. The rock is in fact jasper. Cool off in the swimming hole below the jasper and the adjacent Chinaman’s Pool, both popular picnicking spots.

Why is it so hot in Marble Bar?

Just 71.1mm of rain fell in 1924, compared to an average 325mm in 1910-1964. So it seems that the frequency of rainfall strongly influences how hot it gets in Marble Bar and how often the town exceeds 40C. No surprise there. Rainfall is a proxy for cloudy days that keep temperatures below 37.8C or 40C.

Is the road to Marble Bar sealed?

The Marble Bar Road is a sealed and an unsealed road in Western Australia. It goes from near Strelley to near Parnpajinya. The Marble Bar Road’s highest elevation along its length is 529m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 29.1m (highlight point | zoom to point).

Is Hillside Woodstock Road sealed?

The Hillside Woodstock Road is an unsealed road in Western Australia. For cyclists and those towing caravans, boats or heavy loads the Hillside Woodstock Road is undulating along its 63.8 km length, with about 190 m that is steeper in incline/grade than 5%.

Is State Route 138 Western Australia sealed?

These routes are your ordinary rural state routes, connecting towns with each other and the major highways. Most of them are fully sealed, the two exceptions being 136 and 138 in the Pilbara region.