Melbourne Bays Marine Weather Overview
Tides for Port Phillip HeadsHigh Sat 12:32 EST (1.6m)
Low Sat 17:55 EST (0.8m)
High Sun 00:22 EST (1.4m)
Low Sun 06:10 EST (0.3m)
Tides for GeelongHigh Sat 16:12 EST (1.1m)
Low Sat 22:19 EST (0.6m)
High Sun 03:30 EST (1.0m)
Low Sun 10:36 EST (0.2m)
Tides for MelbourneHigh Sat 15:58 EST (0.9m)
Low Sat 21:52 EST (0.5m)
High Sun 02:55 EST (0.9m)
Low Sun 10:00 EST (0.2m)
forecast windsSaturday: SW 25 kts
Sunday: NW 30 kts
Monday: NW 20/30 kts
Tuesday: W 15/20 kts
Southwest 15/20 knots, reaching up to 25 knots in the south this morning, easing to 10/15 knots this afternoon and tending westerly. Winds tending northwesterly 10/15 knots in the evening and reaching 20 knots in the south tonight. Seas: Around 1 metre, decreasing below 1 metre during the afternoon, then increasing to below 1 metre by early evening. Outlook Sunday: Northwesterly 15/20 knots increasing to 20/25 knots late morning and reaching up to 30 knots in the south at night. Seas: Around 1 metre, increasing to 1/1.5 metres during the morning. Outlook Monday: Northwesterly 20/30 knots turning southwesterly during the morning then tending west to southwesterly 15/20 knots during the late afternoon and evening. Seas: 1/2 metres, decreasing below 1 metre during the evening. Outlook Tuesday: Westerly 15/20 knots. Seas: Around 1 metre, increasing to 1/1.5 metres during the morning.Issued Sat 10:45 EST
Seas: Up to 1.0m
Swell: Not available.
most recent warnings
A continuous series of cold fronts and brisk north-westerly winds have contributed to the coldest July in Melbourne in two decades, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
The month of July was quite dynamic across the nation, with some particularly strong cold fronts which delivered low level snow as far north as the Border Ranges, and spells of prolonged dry and warm conditions, particularly along the east coast.
Widespread, drenching rain across many parts of Western Australia's agricultural region, brings a smile to the faces of local farmers.