The Shire of Lake Grace is partial to warm, hot summers and, mild and glorious springs and autumns and cold, crisp winters. With its variable climate, it is fair to say that from December to February (summer) it is hot, cooling down from March to May (autumn), quite chilly June to August (winter) and warming up again from September to November (spring).
The Shire of Lake Grace experiences its hottest temperatures in the summer months of December to February, however, it is not uncommon for these temperatures to carry over to early March. These months are dry and hot and relief is often provided by an evening breeze known as the “Albany Doctor” which often comes in early in the summer evenings.
The winter months can be quite cold and frosty and the majority of our rainfall occurs in these
Annual average rainfall for the Shire of Lake Grace is 325.5mm.
Visit the Australian Government’s official Bureau of Meteorology website for monthly temperature
and rainfall averages throughout Western Australia.