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Northern Territory Weather

Current Warnings
 

Northern Territory Forecast

  • Thursday The odd shower over northern Top End. Dry elsewhere, hot in north, very warm in south.

  • Friday The odd shower over northern & western Top End. Dry elsewhere, hot in north, very warm in south.

  • Saturday Isolated showers over the northern Top End. Dry and hot elsewhere.

  • Sunday Isolated showers over the northern Top End. Dry elsewhere, hot in north, very warm in south.

NT Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Mon 18/09 Tue 19/09 Wed 20/09

27.6°C

Cape Wessel
Hottest

38.0°C

Bradshaw

39.0°C

Jabiru Ap

39.0°C

Middle Point

39.0°C

Middle Point

11.2°C

Rabbit Flat
Coldest

8.5°C

Rabbit Flat

7.2°C

Alice Springs Ap
 

0.0°C

Arltunga

E 27km/h

McCluer Is
Windiest

46km/h

Central Arnhem

57km/h

Tindal

46km/h

Tindal
-
no rain last hr Wettest

0.0mm

Darwin Ap

0.6mm

Point Stuart
 

1.0mm

Charles Point
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 122.8mm at
Bulman in 2016

Northern Territory Weather Forecasts

Station
(ungroup by district)
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Mostly sunny
23 33 60% 1-5mm Nil NE 1 73 NW 14 54
Late shower
21 37 40% < 1mm Nil NNW 11 53 E 5 23
Sunny
22 32 5% < 1mm Nil E 10 63 E 12 57
Sunny
18 37 5% < 1mm Nil - - - -
Mostly sunny
25 38 30% < 1mm Nil NNW 25 28 NNW 14 17
Mostly sunny
15 34 50% < 1mm Nil W 12 21 WNW 25 17
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