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Tuesday: S/SW increasing 20/25 kts
Wednesday: S/SE 20/25 kts
Thursday: E/SE 10/20 kts


Northeast to northwesterly 5/10 knots shifting northwest to southwesterly 10/15 knots during the afternoon then south to southwest 15/20 knots in the evening, increasing to 20/25 knots offshore late evening. Seas: Below 1 metre, increasing to 1/2 metres in the evening. 1st. Swell: Southwesterly 1.5/2.5 metres. 2nd. Swell: Southerly around 1 metre, decreasing during the day. Outlook Wednesday: South to southwest 15/20 knots turning south to southeasterly in the afternoon and reaching 20/25 knots north of Beachport in the evening. Seas: 1/1.5 metres, increasing to 1.5/2 metres north of Beachport in the evening. Swell: Southwesterly 2/2.5 metres, increasing to 2.5/3 metres during the afternoon. Outlook Thursday: East to southeasterly 10/20 knots. Seas: 1/1.5 metres. Swell: Southwesterly 2/2.5 metres.

Issued Tue 10:46 CDT

Seas: Up to 2.0m
Swell: Up to 2.5m, SW

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Weather News

Heat fuelling southern fire danger today

11:12 EDT

Total fire bans are in place for parts of South Australia and Victoria today as temperatures soar ahead of an approaching cool change.

Plastic hives save hot bees in central Queensland

10:36 EDT

A Queensland beekeeper says special hives are helping to keep his bees cool as temperatures soar across the state.

Queensland weather: Heatwave conditions to return on Wednesday

09:03 EDT

A four-day heatwave that begins on Wednesday will bring the same kind of conditions that saw more than 200 Queenslanders treated for heat stroke and dehydration last week.