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Upper Western Weather

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Mon 09:58 EDT
Current Warnings
 

Upper Western Forecast

  • Monday Mostly clear. Winds W/SW 25 to 35 km/h tending S/SW 25 to 40 km/h in the evening.

  • Tuesday Hot and sunny. Winds S/SE 25 to 35 km/h becoming S 15 to 20 km/h in the late evening.

  • Wednesday Hot and mostly sunny. Slight (20%) chance of a shower in the far east at night. Winds S/SE 15 to 20 km/h tending NW/NE in the morning then tending W/SW 15 to 25 km/h in the early afternoon.

  • Thursday Mostly sunny. Medium (50%) chance of showers in the northeast in the morning and afternoon. The chance of a thunderstorm in the northeast in the afternoon. Winds S 25 to 40 km/h.

  • Friday Sunny. Winds S 20 to 30 km/h.

Issued Mon 16:30 EDT

Upper Western 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 %
Clearing shower
22 29 50% < 1mm Nil SSW 25 49 S 32 30
Clearing shower
22 28 50% 1-5mm Nil - - - -
Mostly sunny
18 26 5% < 1mm Nil SW 30 53 SSW 30 28
Windy
13 23 5% < 1mm Nil S 32 53 S 36 21
Sunny
17 26 5% < 1mm Nil S 38 41 S 40 16
Windy
19 27 5% < 1mm Nil - - - -
Windy
16 24 5% < 1mm Nil S 40 49 S 41 22
Windy
13 24 5% < 1mm Nil SSW 37 50 S 38 21
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