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Adelaide 15/31
sunny
possible thunderstorm
Brisbane 21/27
Broome 26/35
mostly sunny
possible shower
Cairns 24/31
Canberra 7/26
mostly sunny
possible thunderstorm
Darwin 26/33
Hobart 10/23
mostly sunny
fog then sunny
Melbourne 12/27
Perth 17/26
clearing shower
possible shower
Sydney 18/25
possible shower
Townsville 24/32

current extremes current extremes

Hottest
39.5°C
Coldest
Mt Read, Tas
6.7°C
Windiest
NNW 61km/h
Wettest
7.2mm last hr

forecast summary current national summary

A trough in the west is deepening, causing showers and storms to become widespread and heavy in western WA. Troughs in the east are also deepening, causing showers and storms across QLD and northern NSW, mainly inland. A high is keeping much of SA, TAS, VIC dry and calm.

forecast summary capital cities

Sydney 18°C 25°C Possible shower
Melbourne 12°C 27°C Fog then sunny
Brisbane 21°C 27°C Possible thunderstorm
Perth 17°C 26°C Clearing shower
Adelaide 15°C 31°C Sunny
Canberra 7°C 26°C Mostly sunny
Hobart 10°C 23°C Mostly sunny
Darwin 26°C 33°C Possible thunderstorm

current warnings most recent warnings

SA - Mon 16:16 CDT
Fire Weather Warning for SA

Tas - Mon 16:07 EDT
Coastal Wind Warning

WA - Mon 12:46 WST
Flooding Outlook Advice General

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Climate Council says southern Australia likely to suffer more severe droughts through climate change

ABC image 15:46 EDT The Australian research body the Climate Council has argued in its latest paper that the probability of drought will increase, and it will become more severe, because of climate change.

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