The average monthly temperatures and the average number of hours of sunshine per year in Sydney, London and New York are illustrated in the line graph and the table. Overall, it can be seen that in the beginning and the end of the period, the average monthly temperatures has same pattern in which Sydney has the highest temperatures and is followed by London and New York. Also, New York is the city that has the longest time to be brightened by sunshine.
According to the data, in the first three months, Sydney has the highest temperatures in around 25 degree. Then, it is followed by London in about 10 degree. Although New York is the lowest at that time, it has upward tendency in the next months.
Surprisingly, from May to September, the pattern totally changes in the opposite way, whereas New York becomes the city which has the highest temperatures and Sydney has the lowest. However, London is still in the second position in around 20-25 degree. Next, the last three months exactly have the same pattern with the first three months.
Turning to the total annual hours of sunshine, New York has the longest time receiving the sun light than other cities. It has 2,535 hours while Sydney and New York have 2,473 and 1,180 hours respectively.