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Current Warnings
 

South Australia Forecast

  • Saturday Cool in far south. Very warm far north. Fresh sea breezes . Mostly sunny.

  • Sunday Mostly sunny. Warm in the south. Mild far south. Hot in the far west and north.

  • Monday Hotter northerly winds developing very hot in west. Mostly sunny.

  • Tuesday Very hot throughout. Partly cloudy. Late cool SW change in the west.

SA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Wed 07/12 Thu 08/12 Fri 09/12

21.4°C

Moomba Ap
Hottest

40.1°C

Nullarbor

35.0°C

Moomba Ap

29.0°C

Oodnadatta Ap

45.9°C

Oodnadatta Ap

5.3°C

Keith
Coldest

8.6°C

Mount Lofty

1.2°C

Karoonda
 

1.2°C

Karoonda

ESE 25km/h

Mt Crawford
Windiest

140km/h

Moonta

81km/h

Lameroo

55km/h

Minlaton Ap
-
no rain last hr Wettest

28.6mm

Birdwood

5.6mm

Crafers West
 

28.6mm

Birdwood
South Australia's Records for December
Max Min Rain
Highest 49.1°C at
Moomba in 1972
Lowest 8.3°C at
Mount Lofty in 2002
Highest 34.5°C at
Coober Pedy in 1980
Lowest -0.6°C at
Penfield Weapons Research in 1958
Highest 125.0mm at
Port Pirie in 1979

South Australia Rainfall Bulletin

Saturday December 10, 2016
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Station
(Group by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
10  
A yellow cell indicates a probable monthly record for this site (sites with ≥ 10 years of records only). The number of years of records available for the relevant field for this month is indicated in black. See the station's climate page for full details.
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