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Northern Territory Marine Weather Forecast

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Northern Territory Marine Weather Overview

Kuri Bay to Wallal Kuri Bay to Wallal Wyndham to Daly river Daly river to Cape Don Cape Don to Cape Wessel Northwest Gulf Southwest Gulf Darwin Harbour Northeast Gulf Kuri Bay to Wyndham Southeast Gulf Northern Territory
Alyangula  4kt 
mostly sunny
mostly sunny
Darwin  5kt 
mostly sunny
Maningrida  5kt 
mostly sunny
Port Keats  - 
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Northern Territory Marine Weather

Darwin Harbour

Seas: Up to 1.0m Swell: Up to 0.5m
Forecast: E/SE 10/15 kts tending N/NE about 10 kts in the afternoon.
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Northern Territory Coastal Weather forecast

Station Forecast Min Max 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Centre Island
Mostly sunny 24 32 - - - -
Channel Point
Mostly sunny 23 32 - - - -
Elcho Island
Mostly sunny 24 30 ESE 3 82 E 6 69
Groote Eylandt
Mostly sunny 22 32 - - - -
Maningrida
Mostly sunny 22 32 SE 8 76 E 9 60
Nhulunbuy
Mostly sunny 24 31 ESE 9 74 ESE 14 70
Port Keats
Mostly sunny 24 33 - - - -
Warruwi
Mostly sunny 24 31 ESE 16 79 E 15 67
Borroloola
Mostly sunny 19 33 - - - -
Alyangula
Mostly sunny 23 31 ESE 2 73 ESE 8 57
Darwin
Mostly sunny 23 32 ESE 4 74 NE 10 54
Darwin
Mostly sunny 23 32 ESE 4 74 NE 10 54
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