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Tasmanian Weather

Current Warnings
 

Tasmania Forecast

  • Wednesday Warm and dry throughout. Some cloud in the south. Light winds.

  • Thursday Showers in the south and east, dry elsewhere. Warm throughout, light winds.

  • Friday Possible showers in northwest. Hot and dry in the southeast.

  • Saturday Hot and dry throughout. Light showers along the northeast coast.

Tas Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sun 21/01 Mon 22/01 Tue 23/01

19.3°C

Low Head
Hottest

29.4°C

Scotts Peak Dam

32.4°C

Fingal

28.0°C

Cressy

39.7°C

St Helens Ap

7.6°C

Butlers Gorge
Coldest

9.4°C

Mt Wellington

3.0°C

Liawenee
 

-0.1°C

Mt Wellington

NNE 38km/h

Tasman Island
Windiest

66km/h

Maatsuyker Is

90km/h

Mt Hartz

83km/h

Maatsuyker Is
-
no rain last hr Wettest

0.8mm

Sprent

1.0mm

Maria Is
 

54.2mm

Hummocky Hills
Tasmania's Records for January
Max Min Rain
Highest 42.2°C at
Scamander in 2009
Lowest 2.1°C at
Mt Wellington in 2009
Highest 25.6°C at
Risdon in 1962
Lowest -4.0°C at
Liawenee in 2000
Highest 265.0mm at
Scamander in 2011

Tasmania Weather Forecasts

Station
(group by district)
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Mostly sunny
19 26 90% 5-10mm Nil - - - -
Late shower
21 32 90% 20-40mm Nil N 15 56 E 16 42
Mostly sunny
21 35 90% 1-5mm Nil NNE 8 79 N 19 48
Mostly sunny
20 29 80% 1-5mm Nil - - - -
Late shower
20 30 90% 5-10mm Nil NE 15 68 WNW 18 59
Mostly sunny
21 34 80% 1-5mm Nil - - - -
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Weather News

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16:32 EDT

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Heating up in the south

15:58 EDT

Extreme heatwave conditions will affect parts of southern Australia during the second half of this week.

Braidwood farmers struggle with drought as dams dry up

15:55 EDT

Farmers in the New South Wales Southern Tablelands are in the middle of one of the driest summers in recent memory, and are facing tough choices about how to deal with bone-dry dams.