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Can I swim in Sydney in March? All information about water temperature in Tasman Sea in March. Historical data, comparison and analysis.

Analysis of historical data on water temperature in Sydney in March

#minimal
69°F
#average
74°F
#maximum
78°F

Average temperature in Tasman Sea in Sydney in March is 74°F. It is the most comfortable bathing water in any body of water, especially on a hot day. This temperature range is recognized as the most optimal for prolonged bathing.

Minimum water temperature in Sydney in March is 69°F, maximum - 78°F. In recent years, at the beginning of the month, the temperature value here is at around 75°F, and by the end of the month the water warms up to 75°F.

Average water temperature in the first decade is 74°F, in the middle of the month - 74°F, and at the end - 73°F.

Table of water temperature values in Sydney in March in recent years

Day2021202020192018
175°F75°F75°F71°F
275°F73°F75°F73°F
377°F75°F75°F75°F
473°F75°F75°F69°F
575°F75°F75°F75°F
677°F75°F75°F69°F
777°F77°F75°F75°F
878°F77°F75°F69°F
977°F75°F75°F73°F
1075°F75°F73°F77°F
1175°F73°F73°F77°F
1277°F75°F73°F73°F
1377°F75°F73°F77°F
1477°F73°F73°F75°F
1575°F73°F73°F77°F
1675°F71°F75°F71°F
1775°F73°F75°F75°F
1875°F73°F73°F77°F
1977°F73°F73°F75°F
2075°F71°F75°F69°F
2175°F71°F73°F69°F
2273°F73°F75°F75°F
2375°F73°F75°F71°F
2475°F71°F75°F71°F
2573°F73°F75°F75°F
2675°F71°F75°F73°F
2775°F71°F75°F69°F
2875°F73°F75°F73°F
2975°F73°F73°F75°F
3075°F71°F75°F71°F
3177°F71°F75°F77°F

Details of the water temperature today in Sydney and forecast for the next week, see the link:
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