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New South Wales/ACT Weather

NSW/ACT
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New South Wales/ACT Forecast

  • Sunday A few showers along the coast, gusty in the south. Mostly sunny inland.

  • Monday Brisk showers along the southeast coast. Mostly sunny elsewhere after a cool morning.

  • Tuesday Cloud developing in the west later. Generally sunny after cool morning elsewhere.

  • Wednesday Rain and thundery showers developing in the west. Strong northerlies across the east.

  • Thursday Rain, showers and thunderstorms across the east. Showers clearing in the west.

NSW/ACT Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Thu 27/08 Fri 28/08 Sat 29/08

15.9°C

Lord Howe Is Ap
Hottest

22.7°C

Sydney Ap

24.0°C

Murwillumbah

23.4°C

Grafton

31.1°C

Tibooburra Ap

-5.3°C

Thredbo Top Station
Coldest

-1.7°C

Thredbo Top Station

-6.3°C

Thredbo Top Station

-6.0°C

Thredbo Top Station

-12.8°C

Perisher Valley

WSW 46km/h

Green Cape
Windiest

75km/h

Trangie

66km/h

Green Cape

79km/h

Green Cape
-
no rain last hr Wettest

39.6mm

Green Cape

50.0mm

Barraba

4.0mm

Boat Harbour

9.6mm

Lord Howe Is Ap
New South Wales/ACT's Records for August
Max Min Rain
Highest 37.8°C at
Mungindi in 2009
Lowest -6.4°C at
Thredbo Top Station in 1974
Highest 23.3°C at
Lismore in 2009
Lowest -20.6°C at
Charlotte Pass in 1968
Highest 327.6mm at
Sydney in 1986

New South Wales/ACT Sky Observations

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Weather News

Sydney's long spell of surf

13:50 EST

Sydney-siders have been spoilt for choice in the surf department over the past few days.

A thundery finish to winter for Queensland

12:26 EST

Severe thunderstorms sparked up just to the west of Lochington yesterday late morning, tearing through many parts of southeast Queensland into late last night.

Snowfalls hit Tassie again

16:10 EST

A very cold airmass coupled with vigorous a low pressure system caused snow to fall to low levels in Tasmania last night and into this morning, leading to road delays and closures.