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Next 48 hours in Phosphate Hill

  Weather Temp Chance of rain Cloud cover Wind Dew point Humidity
Thursday, February 22

Clear 26°C 5% 8% icon
ESE 14km/h 17°C 56%

Clear 30°C 5% 8% icon
E 20km/h 18°C 49%

Mostly clear 36°C 5% 12% icon
SE 14km/h 17°C 32%

Mostly clear 39°C 5% 33% icon
S 13km/h 15°C 23%

Mostly cloudy 37°C 5% 52% icon
SSE 20km/h 15°C 26%

Mostly cloudy 34°C 5% 52% icon
SE 19km/h 16°C 34%
Friday, February 23

Mostly clear 31°C 5% 28% icon
E 16km/h 17°C 44%

Mostly clear 28°C 5% 37% icon
ENE 14km/h 19°C 57%

Mostly clear 27°C 7% 22% icon
ENE 14km/h 20°C 65%

Mostly clear 29°C 12% 29% icon
ENE 19km/h 22°C 61%

Mostly clear 35°C 10% 19% icon
E 14km/h 20°C 42%

Mostly clear 38°C 25% 42% icon
SE 12km/h 19°C 31%

Mostly clear 37°C 5% 42% icon
ESE 17km/h 18°C 32%

Mostly clear 33°C 5% 41% icon
E 17km/h 19°C 42%
Saturday, February 24

Mostly clear 30°C 5% 11% icon
ENE 14km/h 21°C 57%

Clear 27°C 5% 10% icon
NE 11km/h 21°C 67%
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Cape Town's Day Zero pushed back, but authorities say drought threat still real

21:19 EDT

Theewaterskloof dam looks more like a desert.

Cyclone season takes toll on northern WA as yet another tropical low looms

19:12 EDT

The reopening of the flooded highway network in WA's north has offered temporary relief for truckies and travellers, but weary residents are being warned the abnormally hectic cyclone season may be set to continue, with a chance of more severe weather and flooding next week.

Storms, wind and hail damages properties and causes widespread blackouts in north Queensland

15:42 EDT

Fence posts were sent hurtling through walls as wild storms ripped through Queensland's central highlands, leaving tens of thousands of homes without power.