Fairfax Media Network

Northern Territory Weather

NT
Wed 13:05 CST
Current Warnings
 

Northern Territory Forecast

  • Wednesday Hot and humid. Showers and storms in north, west and southwest.

  • Thursday Hot and humid. Showers and storms in north, west and southwest.

  • Friday Hot and humid. Showers and storms, mainly north and west.

  • Saturday Hot and humid. Showers and storms, mainly north and west.

  • Sunday Hot and humid. Showers and storms, mainly northwest.

NT Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sun 15/01 Mon 16/01 Tue 17/01

34.7°C

Uluru
Hottest

36.0°C

Kulgera

39.0°C

Kulgera

40.5°C

Kulgera

40.5°C

Kulgera

23.8°C

Delamere
Coldest

20.3°C

Alice Springs Ap

21.9°C

Tindal

22.5°C

Kulgera

17.0°C

Kulgera

WNW 22km/h

Cape Fourcroy
Windiest

48km/h

Daly Waters

64km/h

Centre Island

61km/h

Cape Fourcroy
-
no rain last hr Wettest

132.2mm

Nutwood Downs

75.0mm

Gilnockie

37.0mm

Nabalco Mine

28.8mm

Delamere
Northern Territory's Records for January
Max Min Rain
Highest 48.3°C at
Finke in 1960
Lowest 16.0°C at
Kulgera in 1983
Highest 33.7°C at
Jervois in 2006
Lowest 6.7°C at
Tempe Downs in 1970
Highest 507.5mm at
Yirrkala Mission in 1958

Northern Territory Sky Observations

Latest Sky Observations
Station
(Group by district)
Time Vis Cloud Current weather Past weather
m
18:00 CST
- 8/8 Drizzle/snow grains -  
18:00 CST
30000 7/8 Sc Ac Sky unchanged Shower  
18:00 CST
- 7/8 Recent precipitation -  
18:00 CST
- 8/8 - -  
Display Your Local Weather

Weather News

What the UV rating really means for your skin

19:11 EDT

A national scientific agency says Queensland's UV index so far this summer is higher than in previous years.

Severe winds lash Mudgee, causing mass power outage, damage to cars and buildings

19:00 EDT

Residents have described chaotic scenes in the streets of Mudgee as the town was battered by damaging winds today.

Queensland weather: Heatwave conditions to hit state's south over next four days

17:18 EDT

Heatwave conditions have scorched southern Queensland today for a second time in just over a week, with paramedics preparing for another spike in heat-related cases.