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South Australia Marine Weather Overview

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South Australia
mostly sunny
Adelaide Ap  6kt 
0.5m
WSW
frost then sunny
Cape Jaffa  3kt 
possible thunderstorm
Ceduna  10kt 
1.5m
SW
1.0m
W
late shower
Kadina  11kt 
late shower
Kingscote  8kt 
thunderstorms clearing
Nullarbor  11kt 
2.5m
SW
1.0m
SW
1.5m
SW
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South Australia Coastal Warnings

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South Australia Marine Weather

Adelaide Local Waters

Seas: Up to 0.5m Swell: Up to 0.5m, WSW
Forecast: Sun: S/SW about 10 kts tending E/NE. Mon: E/NE below 10 kts tending N then Var below 10 kts.
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Far West Coast

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 2.5m, SW
Forecast: S/SW 15/20 kts, easing 10/15 kts tending SE/E about 10 kts.
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West Coast

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 2.5m, SW
Forecast: NE 10/15 kts, locally 15/20 kts. Turning N/NW tending Var about 10 kts in the.
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Gulf Waters

Seas: Up to 1.0m Swell: Up to 1.5m, W
Forecast: Sun: E/NE about 10 kts increasing 10/15 kts in the evening. Mon: NE 10/15 kts turning N in the evening.
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South Central

Seas: Up to 2.5m Swell: Up to 1.5m, SW
Forecast: Sun: E/NE 10/15 kts, reaching 15/20 kts offshore S and W of Kangaroo Island in the evening. Mon: NE 15/20 kts.
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South East

Seas: Up to 1.0m Swell: Up to 2.5m, SW
Forecast: Sunday: E/SE about 10 kts. Monday: Variable about 10 kts tending E/NE 10/15 kts in the evening.
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South Australia Coastal Weather forecast

Station Forecast Min Max 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Adelaide Ap
Mostly sunny 7 18 NE 13 59 NNW 11 45
Cape Borda
Late shower 7 16 NE 18 81 NNE 18 70
Cape Jaffa
Frost then sunny 4 14 NE 10 87 NNE 5 60
Cape Willoughby
Mostly sunny 9 14 NNE 17 77 NE 13 72
Coles Pt
Possible thunderstorm 5 21 N 18 75 NW 10 57
Elizabeth
Mostly sunny 4 19 NE 12 66 NW 10 43
Kingscote
Late shower 7 15 NE 7 80 NE 14 72
Kuitpo
Mostly sunny 5 16 NNE 10 70 NW 6 51
Mt Gambier
Mostly sunny 2 15 NE 4 83 SE 9 52
Noarlunga
Mostly sunny 6 18 NE 9 60 NNW 6 43
Nullarbor
Thunderstorms clearing 10 20 WSW 13 92 S 21 66
Outer Harbor
Mostly sunny 8 17 NE 15 65 NNW 7 59
Parafield
Sunny 5 19 NE 12 60 NW 9 42
Port Lincoln
Possible thunderstorm 6 20 NNE 16 72 N 16 64
Price
Late shower 10 19 NNE 11 62 N 11 49
Stenhouse Bay
Late shower 9 17 NE 12 86 NNE 14 69
Elliston
Possible thunderstorm 10 21 N 22 60 WNW 16 55
Warooka
Late shower 8 19 NNE 15 73 N 14 54
Roseworthy
Mostly sunny 4 19 NE 12 67 NW 8 46
Edithburgh
Late shower 7 17 NNE 12 74 NE 10 61
Snowtown
Late shower 2 19 N 13 74 NNW 16 48
Minlaton
Late shower 5 18 NE 15 77 N 16 57
Cleve
Late shower 7 19 N 18 64 NNW 17 57
Robe
Mostly sunny 6 15 NE 5 82 ENE 2 59
Meningie
Frost then sunny 4 18 NNE 13 75 E 5 47
Maitland
Late shower 5 18 NNE 17 75 N 19 54
Streaky Bay
Possible thunderstorm 11 22 N 22 66 WNW 15 50
Ceduna
Possible thunderstorm 10 24 NNW 21 67 WNW 18 48
Strathalbyn
Mostly sunny 3 18 NNE 8 65 NNE 6 46
Kadina
Late shower 3 18 NNE 15 78 NNE 20 52
Victor Harbor
Mostly sunny 5 18 NNE 14 68 NE 10 50
Murray Bridge
Frost then sunny 1 20 NNE 11 67 NNW 10 38
Port Pirie
Possible shower 3 21 N 11 70 NNW 13 41
Port Augusta
Late shower 5 23 NNE 13 58 NNW 23 30
Whyalla
Possible shower 5 20 N 14 68 NNW 22 46
Adelaide
Mostly sunny 6 19 NNE 13 57 NNW 12 38
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