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Northern Territory Weather

Current Warnings
 

Northern Territory Forecast

  • Sunday Warm in the north, cool in the south. Generally sunny and dry.

  • Monday Dry throughout and mostly sunny. Hot in the north, warm in the south.

  • Tuesday Only the odd shower for eastern Top End. Dry easterly winds throughout.

  • Wednesday Dry and sunny in the south. A cool and gusty SE'ly surge across the Top End.

  • Thursday Mostly sunny and warm in the north. Sunny and cooler in the south.

NT Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Thu 21/07 Fri 22/07 Sat 23/07

32.4°C

Jabiru Ap
Hottest

34.4°C

Borroloola

35.7°C

Douglas River

36.0°C

Middle Point

36.0°C

Middle Point

12.7°C

Uluru
Coldest

4.7°C

Arltunga

8.0°C

Watarrka

6.0°C

Arltunga

-4.5°C

Kulgera

E 31km/h

Central Arnhem
Windiest

40km/h

Uluru

42km/h

Cape Wessel

46km/h

Kintore
-
no rain last hr Wettest

0.0mm

Darwin Ap

0.0mm

Darwin Ap

0.0mm

Middle Point

0.0mm

Darwin Ap
Northern Territory's Records for July
Max Min Rain
Highest 40.5°C at
Tindal in 1995
Lowest 5.9°C at
Uluru in 1997
Highest 26.9°C at
Cape Don in 2010
Lowest -7.5°C at
Alice Springs Ap in 1976
Highest 142.2mm at
Brunette Downs in 1986

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Weather News

Cold front roars through VIC

10:37 EST

A cold front has brought damaging wind gusts to parts of Victoria with more on the way.

Unseasonably warm temperatures break historic weather records around Queensland

09:03 EST

Weather records for seven Queensland regions have been re-written, with Saturday's unseasonable temperatures setting the new benchmark for the hottest July day in seven locations, the Bureau of Meteorology says.

Tasmania weather: Snow, hail and wind send chills throughout the state

15:25 EST

Residents are warned to take care outdoors as snow, hail and wind gusts send Tasmania into a big chill.