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Tue 22:14 CDT
Current Warnings
 

South Australia Forecast

  • Wednesday Thunderstorms easing in the north, dry elsewhere. Very hot in the northeast grading warm to coasts.

  • Thursday Possible storms in the far north. Very hot in the northeast grading warm to coasts.

  • Friday Morning thundery showers easing in the north. Very hot in the north, cooler in the southeast.

  • Saturday Possible showers in the west, dry elsewhere. Very hot in the north, warm-to-hot in the south.

SA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sun 22/01 Mon 23/01 Tue 24/01

26.6°C

Moomba Ap
Hottest

41.8°C

Oodnadatta Ap

42.7°C

Andamooka

38.0°C

Moomba Ap

46.3°C

Moomba Ap

9.1°C

Mount Lofty
Coldest

16.4°C

Price

10.9°C

Mount Lofty
 

4.5°C

Karoonda

SE 33km/h

Thevenard Wind
Windiest

51km/h

Ernabella

90km/h

Woomera Ap

72km/h

Moomba Ap
-
no rain last hr Wettest

31.8mm

Coffin Bay

63.0mm

Mount Barry
 

106.2mm

Wilpena Pound
South Australia's Records for January
Max Min Rain
Highest 50.7°C at
Oodnadatta Ap in 1960
Lowest 9.7°C at
Mount Lofty in 1994
Highest 35.5°C at
Arkaroola in 1982
Lowest 0.0°C at
Streaky Bay in 2014
Highest 182.4mm at
Arkaroola in 1984

South Australia Monthly Summaries

January 2017
Station
(Ungroup by district)
Mean min Anomaly Mean max Anomaly Total rain Percent of mean
°C °C °C °C mm %
18.7 +1.5 30.7 +1.3 36 47.2 250
13.2 +2.0 26.3 +1.0 23.2 85
17.1 +0.8 34.1 +0.4 36.4 201
15.9 +1.1 30.1 -0.3 54.6 286
18.1 +2.9 29.8 +1.2 71.6 612
18.8 +1.1 30.6 +0.4 35.6 247
23.5 +1.2 37.1 +0.3 23.2 168
22.9 +2.1 37.4 +1.8 69.8 344
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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16:02 EDT

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