So our mates over WZ went bold with this 'statement' headline, indicating the Sydney seasons are back to front in recent years. And given the last few non-seasonal days in Sydney, I doubt there's much argument in that. But it seems these dry Westerlies are only paying dividends of a Summer/Autumn that was dominated by neg-zonal flow (East-Nor-Easterlies); conditions that are hallmark to coastal areas further North than here. ...So it got me thinking, Sydney's weather (particularly this and last winter) has more resembled Port Macquarie's climate than it's own. Last month Sydney matched PM's monthly rainfall, whilst exceeding it's own. June '19 mean Min/Max temps were closer to PM's than it's own Sydney's June SST matched the cooler scale of PM's average at 18.8c So where else along the NSW coast is experiencing latitudinal climate switch in recent years/seasons? Anyone care to counter argue the above hypotheses?