Northern Bass Strait Marine Weather Overview
Tides for Port Phillip HeadsHigh Mon 01:20 EST (1.5m)
Low Mon 07:04 EST (0.3m)
High Mon 14:10 EST (1.7m)
Low Mon 19:44 EST (0.6m)
Tides for GeelongLow Sun 23:15 EST (0.5m)
High Mon 04:34 EST (1.0m)
Low Mon 11:28 EST (0.2m)
High Mon 17:45 EST (1.1m)
forecast windsSunday: W 30/40 kts
Monday: W 30/40 kts
Tuesday: W increasing 25/35 kts
Wednesday: W/NW 25/30 kts
Sunday: Westerly 30/40 knots. Seas: 3/4 metres. Swell: Southwesterly 2.5/3 metres, increasing to 4/5 metres in the far west. Monday: Westerly 30/40 knots tending southwesterly early in the morning and decreasing to 20/30 knots during the middle of the day. Wind moderating further to 20/25 knots in the late afternoon and tending westerly before easing to 15/20 knots during the evening. Swell: Southwesterly 4/6 metres, tending westerly 3/5 metres during the afternoon. Outlook Tuesday: Westerly 20/25 knots increasing to 25/35 knots in the morning. Seas: 1.5/2.5 metres, increasing to 2.5/4 metres during the morning. Swell: Southwesterly 2/4 metres, decreasing to 2/3 metres during the morning. Outlook Wednesday: West to northwesterly 25/30 knots turning southwesterly 20/30 knots during the morning. Seas: 2/3 metres, decreasing to 1.5/2 metres during the evening. Swell: West to southwesterly 2.5/3 metres, increasing to 3/5 metres in the west.Issued Sun 16:40 EST
Seas: Up to 4.0m
Swell: Up to 6.0m, SW
most recent warnings
Gale Warning West Coast, Central Coast, Central Gippsland Coast and East Gippsland Coast. Strong Wind Warning Port Phillip and Western Port
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Spring-like temperatures are bathing central and northern parts of New South Wales today, with some places experiencing record temperatures for this time of the year.
Areas of rain rolled across southern New South Wales yesterday and into early this morning, bringing some of the best August rainfall in several years for some places.
With another earthquake of 5.7 magnitude being recorded today near off the southern Queensland coast, meteorologists and oceanographers are keeping a wary eye on the potential for tsunamis.