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Latest Sky Observations
Station
(Ungroup by district)
Time Vis Cloud Current weather Past weather
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Mount Lofty Ranges
09:00 CDT
30000 6/8 -- Ac Ci Cloud developing Mostly cloudy  
09:00 CDT
40000 7/8 Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
Yorke Peninsula
09:00 CDT
40000 6/8 -- Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
09:00 CDT
16000 8/8 - Mostly cloudy  
09:00 CDT
30000 8/8 Sc -- -- Cloud developing Mostly cloudy  
Upper South East
09:00 CDT
50000 2/8 -- Ac -- Cloud dissolving Cloudy at times  
Lower South East
09:00 CDT
20000 2/8 -- Ac Ci Cloud developing Mostly cloudy  
Murraylands
09:00 CDT
40000 4/8 Sky unchanged Cloudy at times  
09:00 CDT
20000 5/8 -- Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
Mid North
09:00 CDT
40000 5/8 -- -- Cc Cloud developing Cloudy at times  
09:00 CDT
50000 6/8 Cloud developing Mostly cloudy  
Flinders
09:00 CDT
50000 3/8 Cb Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
West Coast
09:00 CDT
45000 1/8 -- -- Ci Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
09:00 CDT
50000 1/8 -- -- Cs Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
09:00 CDT
40000 1/8 Cu -- -- Cloud dissolving Mostly clear  
Eastern Eyre Peninsula
09:00 CDT
50000 7/8 -- -- Cc Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
09:00 CDT
50000 3/8 -- Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
NW Pastoral
09:00 CDT
50000 7/8 Cu As -- Cloud developing Thunderstorm
Mostly cloudy
 
09:00 CDT
30000 2/8 - Mostly clear  
NE Pastoral
09:00 CDT
50000 1/8 Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
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Weather News

WA flooding continues

12:56 EDT

Record-breaking rain is causing flooding over parts of Western Australia this week, while parched Perth misses out once again.

Heatwave has race car drivers concerned about tyres and road temperatures

11:56 EDT

As temperatures push above 35 degrees along the east coast, what does the extreme heat do to tyres driving on hot, often bubbling roads? Bitumen absorbs the summer heat, often making road surfaces more than 20 degrees hotter than air temperatures.

Cattle prepare for simulated heatwave for Queensland study into their welfare, performance

10:49 EDT

Radio transmitters have been inserted into the stomachs of 24 feedlot cattle to monitor their body temperatures, as part of a three-month trial investigating the impact of heatwaves.