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Sat 10:12 CST
Current Warnings
 

South Australia Forecast

  • Saturday Cloud increasing. Dry and mild in north. Patchy, mostly light rain spreading across south.

  • Sunday Cloudy. Windy. Colder change. Showers and small hail in south. Dry in far nor th.

  • Monday Cold southwesterlies easing. A few coastal showers. Mostly sunny inland.

  • Tuesday Cool and showery in the south. Mostly sunny further north after a cold start.

SA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Wed 29/07 Thu 30/07 Fri 31/07

26.6°C

Coober Pedy Ap
Hottest

23.9°C

Nullarbor

27.0°C

Coober Pedy Ap

30.0°C

Marla

26.6°C

Coober Pedy Ap

6.3°C

Mount Lofty
Coldest

-3.0°C

Arkaroola

-0.9°C

Murray Bridge Ap

3.8°C

Hindmarsh Is

3.8°C

Hindmarsh Is

SE 37km/h

Nullarbor
Windiest

83km/h

Cape Willoughby

77km/h

Cape Willoughby

66km/h

Neptune Island
-
no rain last hr Wettest

6.0mm

Jamestown

6.0mm

Mt Gambier

25.0mm

Elliston

23.4mm

Mount Lofty
South Australia's Records for August
Max Min Rain
Highest 36.5°C at
Oodnadatta Ap in 1946
Lowest 3.4°C at
Mount Lofty in 2003
Highest 22.3°C at
Oodnadatta Ap in 1995
Lowest -6.6°C at
Yunta in 2014
Highest 104.0mm at
Lenswood in 1992

South Australia Weather Forecasts

Station
(ungroup by district)
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Cloudy
6 14 20% < 1mm Nil NNW 7 80 WSW 13 57
Cloudy
5 14 60% < 1mm Slight NW 6 90 WNW 15 61
Possible shower
7 13 60% < 1mm Nil WNW 11 81 WSW 15 64
Cloudy
3 15 30% < 1mm Moderate SSW 5 89 SW 14 44
Cloudy
2 11 20% < 1mm Moderate NNE 1 99 SW 7 67
Cloudy
5 17 20% < 1mm Slight NNE 12 82 S 12 48
Cloudy
4 15 20% < 1mm Slight N 4 96 SSE 12 53
Mostly sunny
5 18 5% < 1mm Slight E 15 72 E 14 34
Mostly sunny
3 17 10% < 1mm Moderate E 8 72 WSW 10 35
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Melbourne shivers through coldest July in 20 years, with wind chill adding to the pain

10:47 EST

A continuous series of cold fronts and brisk north-westerly winds have contributed to the coldest July in Melbourne in two decades, the Bureau of Meteorology says.

July wrap up around the grounds

16:19 EST

The month of July was quite dynamic across the nation, with some particularly strong cold fronts which delivered low level snow as far north as the Border Ranges, and spells of prolonged dry and warm conditions, particularly along the east coast.

Widespread rain to quench thirsty West Australian crops

16:02 EST

Widespread, drenching rain across many parts of Western Australia's agricultural region, brings a smile to the faces of local farmers.