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Current Warnings
 

Northern Territory Forecast

  • Friday Mostly sunny NW Top End. Showers in Arnhem. Mostly cloudy in southwest. Mostly sunny interior.

  • Saturday Showers and stoms over Top End. Showets interior. Odd storm northeast.

  • Sunday Showers and storms across the Top End. Odd shower and very hot over central parts.

  • Monday Widespread thunderstorms for the Top End. A few showers in the SW. Dry elsewhere.

  • Tuesday Widespread showers and thunderstorms. Rain heaviest far south. Warm to hot.

NT Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Tue 13/11 Wed 14/11 Thu 15/11

34.3°C

Victoria River Downs
Avg: Rec:
Hottest

42.0°C

Wave Hill
Avg: Rec:

43.2°C

Lajamanu
Avg: Rec:

40.8°C

Rabbit Flat
Avg: Rec:

43.2°C

Lajamanu
Avg: Rec:

24.3°C

Uluru
Avg: Rec:
Coldest

19.5°C

Uluru
Avg: Rec:

0.0°C

Curtin Springs
Avg: Rec:

20.9°C

Kintore
Avg: Rec:

0.0°C

Curtin Springs
Avg: Rec:

ESE 22km/h

Kintore
Windiest

70km/h

Tindal

77km/h

Tennant Creek Ap

87km/h

Tindal
-
no rain last hr Wettest

52.8mm

Cape Fourcroy
Avg: Rec:

105.0mm

Berrimah
Avg: Rec:
- -

49.8mm

Central Arnhem
Avg: Rec:

50.0mm

Central Arnhem
Avg: Rec:
Northern Territory's Records for November
Max Min Rain
Highest 46.1°C at
Rabbit Flat in 1990
Lowest 11.0°C at
Barrow Creek in 1981
Highest 32.0°C at
Borroloola in 1974
Lowest -1.0°C at
Bradshaw in 2014
Highest 344.2mm at
Elcho Island in 1970

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Weather News

Hot Friday in Perth

21:08 EDT

Parts of WA registerd their highest temperatures in close to two years on Friday, while Perth sweated through its warmest day in eight months.

Perth's summer set to be a hot one according to the Bureau of Meteorology summer forecast

07:27 EDT

A spring scorcher today of 37 degrees Celsius is shaping up as a taste of things to come, with a hot summer heading our way — in stark contrast to the unusually cool summer of 2017-18.

New weather app 'a quantum leap' for understanding extreme events

06:45 EDT

Rain of biblical proportions, heatwaves, tornadoes and bushfires — extreme weather events happen around the world on a regular basis and Australian scientists are hoping to improve their forecasting with the help of citizen scientists.