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Current Warnings
 

Riverina Forecast

  • Thursday Becoming sunny. Patchy morning fog and frost. Light winds. Daytime maximum temperatures between 15 and 18.

  • Friday Fog and areas of frost in the early morning. Mostly sunny day. Light winds. Overnight temperatures falling to around minus 1 with daytime temperatures reaching between 14 and 17.

  • Saturday Partly cloudy. Areas of morning fog. Light winds. Overnight temperatures falling to between minus 1 and 1 above zero with daytime temperatures reaching between 13 and 16.

  • Sunday Partly cloudy. Slight chance of a shower near the Victorian border, near zero chance elsewhere. Light winds. Overnight temperatures falling to around 2 with daytime temperatures reaching between 13 and 16.

Issued Wed 19:15 EST

Riverina Weather Forecasts

Station
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Frost then sunny
-1 14 10% < 1mm Severe ESE 1 96 - -
Fog then sunny
-1 14 10% < 1mm Severe - - - -
Frost then sunny
-2 14 5% < 1mm Severe ESE 5 99 - -
Frost then sunny
0 17 5% < 1mm High E 4 87 WSW 10 47
Frost then sunny
-1 16 5% < 1mm Severe - - - -
Frost then sunny
0 17 5% < 1mm High - - - -
Fog then sunny
0 14 10% < 1mm High - - - -
Frost then sunny
-1 16 5% < 1mm Severe ENE 1 90 W 7 52
Frost then sunny
-2 14 10% < 1mm Severe - - - -
Frost then sunny
0 15 10% < 1mm High ENE 5 91 WSW 8 55
Sunny
0 16 5% < 1mm High ENE 1 89 W 5 53
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Weather News

Cheeky Canberrans disrobe and jump in the lake to mark winter solstice

14:01 EST

It's the shortest day of the year, so why not take off all of your clothes and plunge into the freezing lake to celebrate? That's what a brave group of Canberrans did early on Thursday morning to mark the winter solstice and raise money for charity.

Frosty start to winter solstice

09:57 EST

It was another cold and frosty morning across the southern half a Australia on Thursday as the sun rose on the shortest day of the year.

Could Ord Valley hay be the solution to feed shortages in drought-stricken SE Australia?

09:07 EST

Could fodder grown in Western Australia's remote Ord River Irrigation Scheme be the solution to the feed shortage on drought-stricken farmland in South Eastern Australia? The sub-tropical climate and access to irrigation allows farmers in the Ord to produce significant tonnages of Rhodes Grass hay for the local cattle industry, yields up to 30 tonnes per hectare a year.