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South Australian Weather

Current Warnings
 

South Australia Forecast

  • Sunday Hot in the north, milder in the south. Windy in the south, especially along the coast.

  • Monday Hot with light winds in the south. Very hot and sunny in the north and central areas.

  • Tuesday Generally dry and stable throughout. Hot in the north, warm in the south.

  • Wednesday Mostly dry throughout. Very warm to hot. Gusty S/SE winds.

  • Thursday Warm and mostly sunny in the south. Very hot and dry in central and northern areas.

SA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Thu 04/02 Fri 05/02 Sat 06/02

37.0°C

Coober Pedy Ap
Hottest

32.2°C

Moomba Ap

36.5°C

Marree Ap

39.0°C

Oodnadatta Ap

42.9°C

Tarcoola Ap

18.7°C

Parawa
Coldest

6.9°C

Naracoorte Ap

9.6°C

Mount Lofty

12.0°C

Cummins

6.9°C

Naracoorte Ap

SE 37km/h

Port Augusta Ap
Windiest

79km/h

Sellicks Hill

57km/h

Moomba Ap

74km/h

Moomba Ap
-
no rain last hr Wettest

0.0mm

Woomera Ap

0.0mm

Woomera Ap

2.0mm

Moomba Ap

2.0mm

Moomba Ap
South Australia's Records for February
Max Min Rain
Highest 48.2°C at
Renmark Ap in 2009
Lowest 10.0°C at
Mount Lofty in 1993
Highest 35.0°C at
Moomba Ap in 2004
Lowest 0.8°C at
Kybybolite Research Centre in 1980
Highest 472.4mm at
Noarlunga in 2011

South Australia Weather Forecasts

Station
(group 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
16 32 5% < 1mm Nil SE 17 59 S 27 28
Mostly sunny
15 29 5% < 1mm Nil SE 22 74 - -
Sunny
14 33 5% < 1mm Nil SSE 7 60 S 14 24
Sunny
24 40 5% < 1mm Nil SE 26 34 SE 22 12
Sunny
14 33 5% < 1mm Nil S 18 63 S 18 22
Sunny
23 39 10% < 1mm Nil ESE 22 31 SSE 21 13
Mostly sunny
13 28 5% < 1mm Nil SSE 21 64 S 31 31
Sunny
17 38 5% < 1mm Nil S 18 52 S 20 15
Sunny
17 31 5% < 1mm Nil S 22 75 S 31 39
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Weather News

BoM forecasts 40C for Perth as expected five-day heatwave begins

13:49 EDT

Perth is heading for a scorching 40 degrees Celsius on day one of a heatwave that is expected to last for at least five days.

High pressure blocking any relief for inland SA

12:22 EDT

A stubborn high pressure system currently squatting over the Great Australian Bight is the main culprit for rising temperatures across country SA.

Flash flooding predicted between drenched Mackay and Townsville in Queensland

11:32 EDT

The weather bureau is warning residents in north Queensland to prepare for heavy downpours, flash flooding and thunderstorms.