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NSW/ACT
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Current Warnings
 

New South Wales/ACT Forecast

  • Friday Showers in the S and central, heaviest S ranges. Snow continuing to fall in alpine areas.

  • Saturday Light wind inland. Showery winds along the coast. Mostly dry and sunny. Cool throughout.

  • Sunday Mostly dry throughout the state. Chance of snow showers over alpine areas.

  • Monday Mostly sunny throughout the state. Chance of showers in the west & northeast.

NSW/ACT Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Tue 28/06 Wed 29/06 Thu 30/06

18.8°C

Lord Howe Is Ap
Hottest

20.8°C

Grafton

20.6°C

Grafton

22.0°C

Murwillumbah

18.8°C

Lord Howe Is Ap

-4.7°C

Thredbo Top Station
Coldest

-7.2°C

Perisher Valley

-5.6°C

Armidale

18.8°C

Lord Howe Is Ap

18.8°C

Lord Howe Is Ap

WSW 44km/h

Green Cape
Windiest

112km/h

Windy Point

116km/h

Thredbo Top Station

129km/h

Thredbo Top Station
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no rain last hr Wettest

9.4mm

Lord Howe Is Ap

3.0mm

Careys Peak
 
New South Wales/ACT's Records for July
Max Min Rain
Highest 36.4°C at
Broken Hill Ap in 1990
Lowest -6.9°C at
Thredbo Top Station in 1978
Highest 20.6°C at
Lord Howe Island in 1942
Lowest -19.6°C at
Charlotte Pass in 2010
Highest 274.4mm at
Springwood in 1988

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Weather News

Con-front-ing conditions for SA, VIC and NSW

16:18 EST

A gusty cold front has brought gusty winds and showers to southern SA, western VIC and southern NSW.

Weather bureau forecasting early start to northern Australia's wet season

15:46 EST

Northern Australia has an above average chance of experiencing an early start to the wet season according to data released today by the Bureau of Meteorology.

Capital City Election Day Weather Promises

14:15 EST

It's going to be a mixed bag of weather around the country on Saturday as voters head out to decide who next we can make fun of in cartoons, watch being interviewed on a brisk dawn walk, or hear them say 'jobs and growth' again and again.