The graph and table below show the average monthly temperatures and the average number of hours of sunshine per year in three major cities.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The graph and table below provide information about the degree level of weather in London, New York and Sydney per month and total time of sunny days for a year which measured by hours. Overall, according to the data, London and New York have similar weather in winter time. Even though London is the city with least hours of sunshine as compared with two others cities.
In months with cold temperature, which started from November, both New York and Sydney are on the same temperatures, these cities were getting colder than previous eight months. They are on around 10 degrees on November, but New York becomes colder by 5 degrees Celsius than London in December. As the opposite, Sydney has very warm weather in November to March, its temperature remain steady around 25 degrees Celsius.
The summer time is peaked on July in London and New York, the latest reached highest temperature during a year on 30 Celsius degree. On the other hand, Sydney on July face its lowest temperature which on more than 15 Celsius degree, less by around 10 degree than in London. Though, Sydney has more hours on daylight (2.473 hours) double that London whose only 1.180 hours of sunny day.