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Northern Territory Weather

Current Warnings
 

Northern Territory Forecast

  • Wednesday Warm in the north mild in the south. Mostly dry and sunny throughout.

  • Thursday Very warm and sunny throughout. Winds increasing in the south.

  • Friday Very warm in Top End with chance of a shower. Mild to warm in the south and mostly sunny.

  • Saturday Showers for eastern parts of the Top End. Warm and sunny in the west and south.

  • Sunday Isolated showers for the eastern Top End. Light winds and dry for central and southern parts.

NT Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sun 30/08 Mon 31/08 Tue 01/09

35.5°C

Ngukurr
Hottest

37.2°C

Middle Point

37.0°C

Bradshaw

37.0°C

Ngukurr

37.0°C

Ngukurr

15.9°C

Uluru
Coldest

6.7°C

Jervois

10.3°C

Arltunga

7.6°C

Curtin Springs

7.6°C

Curtin Springs

SSW 29km/h

Uluru
Windiest

61km/h

Centre Island

57km/h

Uluru

59km/h

Alice Springs Ap
-
no rain last hr Wettest

1.0mm

Uluru

0.6mm

Kintore

0.2mm

Uluru

0.2mm

Nhulunbuy Ap
Northern Territory's Records for September
Max Min Rain
Highest 42.0°C at
Elliott in 1988
Lowest 8.3°C at
Curtin Springs in 1971
Highest 29.0°C at
Darwin in 1931
Lowest -2.8°C at
Watarrka in 2001
Highest 101.6mm at
Pickertaramoor in 1964

Northern Territory Observations

Latest Observations
Station
(Ungroup by district)
Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like RH Fire Rain Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm hPa
12:10 CST
WNW 19 26 32.0 16.8 32.3 40 14 0.0 1015.2
12:10 CST
SSW 9 11 33.1 15.1 32.6 33 15 0.0 1015.2
12:10 CST
E 15 17 29.4 19.8 31.1 56 7 0.2 1015.8
12:10 CST
NNE 19 20 34.3 8.1 32.3 20 31 0.0 1014.0
12:10 CST
S 15 17 29.8 2.9 28.0 18 26 0.0 1016.5
12:10 CST
W 19 22 20.5 -5.3 20.5 17 22 0.0 1019.4
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