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Northern Territory Weather

Current Warnings
 

Northern Territory Forecast

  • Saturday Hot-to-very hot with showers/storms in west. Hot and mostly dry in east and Top End.

  • Sunday Hot-very hot throughout. Thundery showers over west and south.

  • Monday Storms likely throughout. Hot to very hot.

  • Tuesday Partly cloudy and hot to very hot. Thunderstorms in the north and south.

  • Wednesday Partly cloudy and hot to very hot. Thunderstorms in the north and south.

NT Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Wed 30/11 Thu 01/12 Fri 02/12

39.5°C

Jervois
Hottest

43.5°C

Wave Hill

42.4°C

Daly Waters

43.7°C

Jervois

43.7°C

Jervois

25.0°C

Cape Fourcroy
Coldest

17.4°C

Arltunga

19.5°C

Central Arnhem

20.5°C

Kulgera

17.4°C

Arltunga

N 27km/h

Lajamanu
Windiest

61km/h

Tindal

66km/h

Tindal

62km/h

Territory Grape Farm
-
no rain last hr Wettest

50.4mm

Pirlangimpi

63.0mm

Murganella Airstrip

50.8mm

Fish River

35.0mm

Channel Point
Northern Territory's Records for December
Max Min Rain
Highest 47.5°C at
Alice Springs in 1891
Lowest 16.0°C at
Arltunga in 2009
Highest 33.9°C at
Alice Springs in 1878
Lowest 0.0°C at
Tindal in 1990
Highest 365.0mm at
Gunn Point Prison Farm in 1987

Northern Territory Weather Forecasts

Station
(ungroup by district)
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Mostly sunny
25 34 40% < 1mm Nil NNE 7 71 NNE 13 60
Mostly sunny
25 39 20% < 1mm Nil N 11 60 E 17 23
Mostly sunny
25 34 30% < 1mm Nil E 17 62 E 21 61
Sunny
23 40 30% < 1mm Nil - - - -
Mostly sunny
27 41 20% < 1mm Nil N 18 29 ENE 16 15
Possible thunderstorm
21 34 90% 1-5mm Nil SE 13 59 S 15 45
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