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South Australia Forecast

  • Monday Breezy with showers & the odd storm in south. Clearing from the west. Generally dry in north.

  • Tuesday Cold morning with fog patches in south. Cool day. Early light shower in the far south. Partly cloudy.

  • Wednesday Cold morning with fog patches in south. Cool day. Partly cloudy.

  • Thursday Cool. Cloud and wind increasing. Showers developing in the west and south.

SA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Fri 03/07 Sat 04/07 Sun 05/07

15.7°C

Stenhouse Bay
Hottest

21.5°C

Nullarbor

23.1°C

Nullarbor

24.0°C

Nullarbor

24.0°C

Nullarbor

7.3°C

Mt Crawford
Coldest

-1.9°C

Loxton

-1.6°C

Yongala

1.0°C

Arkaroola

-3.3°C

Yongala

WSW 48km/h

Neptune Island
Windiest

48km/h

Ceduna

57km/h

Cape Willoughby

70km/h

Neptune Island
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no rain last hr Wettest

17.2mm

Cape Borda

3.0mm

Sutherlands

16.0mm

Neptune Island

16.2mm

Neptune Island
South Australia's Records for July
Max Min Rain
Highest 34.2°C at
Cook in 1975
Lowest 3.5°C at
Mount Lofty in 1998
Highest 19.2°C at
Whyalla in 1975
Lowest -8.2°C at
Yongala in 1976
Highest 108.4mm at
Lenswood in 2013

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