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Northern Territory Weather

Current Warnings
 

Northern Territory Forecast

  • Sunday Very hot in the north, grading warm in the south. Brisk winds in the south, dry statewide.

  • Monday Moderate winds in the far north. Showers along the coast, dry elsewhere.

  • Tuesday Breezy winds in the interoir, dry throughout. Very hot in the north, grading warm in the south.

  • Wednesday Hot in the north, warm in the south. Gusty E/SE winds.

  • Thursday Gusty E/SE winds. Very hot in the north, hot in the south.

NT Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Thu 17/08 Fri 18/08 Sat 19/08

33.7°C

Oenpelli Airport
Hottest

39.0°C

Bradshaw

38.0°C

Daly Waters

38.1°C

Douglas River

39.0°C

Bradshaw

23.2°C

Territory Grape Farm
Coldest

5.0°C

Kulgera

6.0°C

Alice Springs Ap

6.0°C

Jervois

-3.4°C

Arltunga

ESE 44km/h

Centre Island
Windiest

55km/h

Tennant Creek Ap

59km/h

Tennant Creek Ap

68km/h

Centre Island
-
no rain last hr Wettest

0.2mm

Ngukurr

0.2mm

Pirlangimpi

0.2mm

Maningrida Ap

0.2mm

Maningrida Ap
Northern Territory's Records for August
Max Min Rain
Highest 40.2°C at
Cape Don in 2014
Lowest 7.0°C at
Alice Springs Ap in 1966
Highest 28.7°C at
Milikapiti in 1973
Lowest -5.4°C at
Tempe Downs in 1976
Highest 80.0mm at
Darwin Ap in 1947

Northern Territory Sky Observations

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Weather News

Frosty Morning for Eastern Australia

11:03 EST

Widespread frost and record breaking cold has impacted much of the east.

Coalcliff: Teenagers snapchat video of fire while searching burning home for survivors

15:14 EST

Three houses have burnt down after a house fire spread to two neighbouring homes, fanned by strong winds on Lawrence Hargrave Drive in Coalcliff, 25 kilometres north of Wollongong, last night.

Last significant rain for weeks in the nation's southwest

14:25 EST

The rain has tumbled down across southwestern parts of Australia during the past seven weeks, but that trend will finish today.