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South Australia Marine Weather Overview

Adelaide Local Waters Adelaide Local Waters South East Far West Coast West Coast Gulf Waters Gulf Waters Gulf Waters South Central Western Bass Strait Northern Bass Strait Israelite Bay to Eucla South Australia
mostly sunny
Adelaide Ap  15kt 
mostly sunny
Cape Jaffa  20kt 
mostly sunny
Ceduna  14kt 
mostly sunny
Kadina  15kt 
windy
Kingscote  18kt 
mostly sunny
Nullarbor  15kt 
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South Australia Coastal Warnings

South Australia Marine Weather

Adelaide Local Waters

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 1.0m, WSW
Forecast: W/SW 10/15 kts turning NW during the morning, increasing to 15/20 kts S of Brighton during the afternoon.
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Far West Coast

Seas: Up to 1.0m Swell: Up to 6.0m, SSW
Forecast: W/SW about 10 kts tending NW 10/15 kts during the morning then tending variable about 10 kts in the evening.
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West Coast

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 7.0m, SW
Forecast: W/SW 10/15 kts turning NW 15/20 kts during the morning.
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Gulf Waters

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 4.0m, W
Forecast: W/SW 10/15 kts turning NW morning and increasing to 15/20 kts S of Port Neill to Port Victoria a'noon.
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South Central

Seas: Up to 2.5m Swell: Up to 7.0m, SW
Forecast: W/SW 15/20 kts turning NW during the morning then increasing to 20/25 kts during the afternoon.
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South East

Seas: Up to 3.0m Swell: Up to 7.0m, SW
Forecast: W 15/20 kts turning NW 20/25 kts in the morning then further to 20/30 kts during the afternoon.
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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 13 24 NNW 22 63 NNW 28 46
Cape Borda
Windy 14 21 NNW 36 77 NW 34 66
Cape Jaffa
Mostly sunny 14 21 NNW 34 77 NNW 37 66
Cape Willoughby
Mostly sunny 15 22 NNW 38 75 NNW 34 66
Coles Pt
Windy 11 25 NNW 27 73 NW 32 53
Elizabeth
Mostly sunny 12 25 NNW 20 60 NW 29 38
Kingscote
Windy 14 22 NW 26 79 NW 34 51
Kuitpo
Mostly sunny 12 21 NNW 24 74 NW 26 53
Mt Gambier
Mostly sunny 12 22 NNW 28 81 NW 34 56
Noarlunga
Mostly sunny 15 24 NNW 24 61 NNW 24 46
Nullarbor
Mostly sunny 11 28 NNW 24 63 WNW 27 32
Outer Harbor
Mostly sunny 15 21 NNW 23 71 NW 25 56
Parafield
Mostly sunny 11 26 NNW 18 62 NW 28 40
Port Lincoln
Mostly sunny 12 26 NNW 27 68 WNW 36 47
Price
Mostly sunny 13 25 - - - -
Stenhouse Bay
Windy 15 23 NW 31 78 NNW 27 66
Elliston
Sunny 11 23 - - - -
Warooka
Mostly sunny 14 24 NNW 29 68 NW 26 55
Roseworthy
Mostly sunny 11 26 NNW 23 57 NW 28 34
Edithburgh
Mostly sunny 13 24 NNW 27 68 NNW 28 50
Snowtown
Mostly sunny 10 26 NNW 24 62 NW 29 33
Minlaton
Mostly sunny 13 25 NNW 32 66 NNW 32 43
Cleve
Sunny 12 26 NNW 27 62 NW 31 35
Robe
Windy 14 21 NNW 33 80 NNW 35 66
Meningie
Mostly sunny 12 24 - - - -
Maitland
Mostly sunny 13 25 NNW 31 66 NNW 30 44
Streaky Bay
Mostly sunny 13 26 - - - -
Ceduna
Mostly sunny 10 27 NNW 24 63 WNW 26 39
Strathalbyn
Mostly sunny 12 25 NNW 22 63 - -
Kadina
Mostly sunny 11 26 NNW 27 68 NNW 28 40
Victor Harbor
Mostly sunny 11 24 NNW 29 67 NW 36 50
Murray Bridge
Mostly sunny 11 26 NNW 19 64 NW 29 35
Port Pirie
Mostly sunny 10 28 N 20 59 NNW 20 41
Port Augusta
Mostly sunny 13 28 N 20 54 NW 26 28
Whyalla
Mostly sunny 12 27 NNW 21 63 NW 28 39
Adelaide
Mostly sunny 13 25 NNW 21 62 - -
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A deep cold front has swept through Melbourne and parts of southern Victoria, uprooting trees and damaging buildings with wind gusts of more than 100 kilometres per hour (kph).

Dry season storm dumps heavy rain on Darwin

18:23 EST

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Wet season wraps up with below average rainfall for many Top End cattle stations

17:53 EST

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