By now, you’ve probably heard that the Australian summer is getting cooler, so you might be wondering when the sun will finally return to our skies. 

The answer? 

Well, it’s probably going to be in November. 

“The sun is set to shine through the northern sky, making for a spectacular view from the top of the mountains,” Sydney Morning Herald reported on Tuesday. 

With the exception of the few places where the sky will be cloudy and the sun won’t be shining, we’ll be able to see plenty of the northern lights in November, the paper said. 

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, a handful of areas in the northern half of the state are expected to see a bit of a boost from the summer sun, with some even seeing more light than the rest of the country. 

In Victoria, the Northern Territory and Western Australia, the weather is forecast to remain sunny and clear, with temperatures in the region around 25C (84F). 

In New South Wales, a few locations in the south of the State have seen temperatures drop below 20C (68F).

In the central Queensland region, temperatures are expected in the low teens, according to the ABC.

“With the summer coming to an end, many of us will be out and about enjoying the warmth of the sun,” the ABC’s Ben Smith said.

“The weather will be pleasant and sunny and sunny skies are a welcome sight for many.” 

The weather is expected to be sunny and cloudy on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2018. 

This image from a NASA satellite shows the northern night sky. 

Source (NASA/JPL) The best place to look in the north is Victoria.

 “It’s a great place to enjoy the sun, it has a lot of trees, a lot to see and it’s so remote,” one woman told the ABC, adding that it was also very popular with the locals.

“It was very quiet and quiet when I lived there,” said another woman.

“You would see a lot more people when I was there.” 

In NSW, a couple from the state’s south-east told the NSW Independent they could see the northern light, which was visible in Victoria, on Tuesday afternoon. 

They had been out on a beach for a swim when they spotted the light and decided to get out of the water and see what was happening.

“It looked like the light was actually coming through the water,” the couple said.

When they did, the sun was still shining, but not as bright as it was when they were in the sun earlier.

“I couldn’t believe my eyes,” the woman told ABC News.

The sun will be shining through the skies, on Nov. 1, 2018 in the state of New South Africa.

This image shows the western sky over Sydney.

Source (NASA)”I’m excited to see it,” another woman said.

“It’s really exciting to see sunshine coming through and I hope the sun is coming back soon.

It’s the best sun ever, I’m looking forward to it.” 

So what should you expect when you get out into the northern skies? 

You can expect a lot less cloud than you will in southern Australia. 

And in New South and Northern Queensland, there are more trees, including some in places that normally see a great deal of fog, such as the Murray-Darling Basin. 

You’ll also be able see some light pollution, but most of that will be in the Northern Hemisphere.

“There will be less dust in the air, so that will help with the cloud cover,” ABC meteorologist Chris Williams told the Sydney Evening Herald.

And you might see some rain, but only a couple of inches per year. 

Ahead of the new year, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology is warning of a potential rise in flooding in the Australian Capital Territory and parts of Western Australia.

“Rain and strong winds are forecast to form over parts of the NT in the coming days, with flooding in some areas expected to reach the highest levels ever recorded,” the bureau said.

The bureau has also warned of possible flash flooding in Western Australia and New South Australia, as well as some rainfall in the Southern Alps.

But you should be careful in Sydney, where there are already several severe thunderstorms, including one that has brought some of the worst flooding in Australia.

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