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South Australia Forecast

  • Tuesday Heavy rain developing across the northern areas. Showers and winds increasing along the coast.

  • Wednesday Cold morning with showers clearing from coast. Cool and dry throughout.

  • Thursday Cool in the southeast, warmer elsewhere. Winds easing. Mostly sunny.

  • Friday Showers in the southeast, partly cloudy elsewhere. Warm, light winds.

  • Saturday Showers in southeast, mostly cloudy elsewhere. Mild, light winds..

SA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sat 22/04 Sun 23/04 Mon 24/04

24.3°C

Oodnadatta Ap
Hottest

29.7°C

Oodnadatta Ap

31.6°C

Moomba Ap

34.0°C

Oodnadatta Ap

36.4°C

Oodnadatta Ap

13.4°C

Mount Lofty
Coldest

9.4°C

Naracoorte Ap

10.7°C

Kingscote Ap

7.0°C

Cummins

1.3°C

Keith

WSW 48km/h

Neptune Island
Windiest

38km/h

Neptune Island

59km/h

Coober Pedy Ap

59km/h

Oodnadatta Ap
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no rain last hr Wettest

40.2mm

Blinman

22.8mm

Encounter Bay

21.0mm

Tarcoola Ap

32.4mm

Padthaway
South Australia's Records for April
Max Min Rain
Highest 42.1°C at
Oodnadatta Ap in 2005
Lowest 7.3°C at
Mount Lofty in 2008
Highest 28.2°C at
Oodnadatta Ap in 1961
Lowest -3.5°C at
Williamstown in 1981
Highest 208.3mm at
Stirling in 1889

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Weather News

Warm oceans fuelling late end to big wet season

14:26 EST

Warmer-than-normal oceans have contributed to a late end to a big wet season across the southern hemisphere.

Drought-stricken Indian farmers shock Tamil Nadu government into action

21:53 EST

Farmers desperately seeking drought relief have suspended a dramatic protest in Delhi, during which they ate rats and threatened to consume their own faeces, after the Government vowed to meet their demands.

Cyclone Debbie likely to cost Queensland budget $1.5 billion

16:39 EST

Queensland's upcoming budget is expected to take a $1.5 billion hit from Cyclone Debbie, Treasurer Curtis Pitt says, despite the overall damage bill to private and public infrastructure predicted to reach $2 billion.