What the weather will be like on Australia Day in 2023 across Australia

Whether you’re choosing to commemorate Australia Day this year or not, many Aussies will be looking to see what the weather will be like for the upcoming public holiday.

While some cities are expecting a warm and sunny day, residents in other cities might not get the same beach weather luxury.

Noosa main beach on Queensland’s sunshine coast is a holiday hotspot this January. Photo: Tim Whale. (AFR)

Here is what Weatherzone is forecasting for each capital city on Thursday.

The harbour city is forecast to be 31 degrees, partly cloudy with a medium chance of showers in the afternoon and evening. There is also a chance of a thunderstorm also in the afternoon and evening, which could be severe in the outer suburbs.

The city known for its four season in one day will be 22 degrees and partly cloudy with winds up to 30 kilometres per hour during the day.

Koomurri performer Les Daniels in front of the projection of artwork by Pitjanjara artist Yadjidta David Miller on the sails of the Opera House on Australia Day. Circular Quay, NSW. 26th January, 2022. Photo: Kate Geraghty (The Sydney Morning Herald)

The sunshine state capital will be a mostly sunny 33 degrees, with a slight chance of a shower. There is a a chance of a thunderstorm in the afternoon and even

In the west, Perth will be a sunny 31 degrees, with winds up to 35 kilometres throughout the day.

The city of churches will be 30 degrees and mostly sunny.

Adelaide’s Glenelg foreshore will be a popular place to be on January 26. (Nine)

Tasmania’s capital will be 21 degrees and partly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower. Winds could reach up to 25 kilometres in the morning but will become light in the evening.

The Northern Territory capital will be 32 degrees and cloudy. There will be a high chance of showers, most likely in the late morning and afternoon and a chance of a thunderstorm.

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