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Tasmanian Weather

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Mon 16:05 EST
Current Warnings
 

Tasmania Forecast

  • Monday Wind, storms and heavy showers easing. Mostly sunny SW. Fog then sunny SE.

  • Tuesday Cloud increasing in NW. Mostly sunny in NE. Mostly sunny SW. Fog then sunny SE.

  • Wednesday Showers in NW. Mostly cloudy in NE. Mostly sunny SW. Fog then sunny SE.

  • Thursday Showers in NW. Mostly sunny in NE & SW. Windy highlands. Frost then sun in the SE.

  • Friday Windy with showers in the west. Partly cloudy in the east.

Tas Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Fri 15/06 Sat 16/06 Sun 17/06

10.5°C

Flinders Island
Hottest

13.8°C

Friendly Beach

13.7°C

Orford

14.9°C

Devonport Ap

18.4°C

Friendly Beach

-1.5°C

Butlers Gorge
Coldest

-1.4°C

Mt Wellington

-0.4°C

Mt Wellington

-2.0°C

Mt Wellington

-6.3°C

Liawenee

E 51km/h

Eddystone Point
Windiest

100km/h

Cape Grim

105km/h

Cape Grim

94km/h

Cape Grim
-
no rain last hr Wettest

41.6mm

South Queenstown

63.2mm

Mt Read

24.4mm

Friendly Beach

24.0mm

Friendly Beach
Tasmania's Records for June
Max Min Rain
Highest 24.4°C at
Low Head in 1895
Lowest -4.0°C at
Mount Barrow in 1973
Highest 15.9°C at
Flinders Island in 2016
Lowest -13.0°C at
Shannon Hec in 1983
Highest 215.9mm at
Kingston in 1954

Tasmania Weather Forecasts

Station
(ungroup by district)
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Late shower
4 12 40% 1-5mm Slight - - - -
Possible shower
5 12 90% 5-10mm Slight WNW 20 84 W 26 75
Late shower
5 11 60% 1-5mm Slight WNW 23 70 WNW 23 58
Mostly sunny
3 13 20% < 1mm Moderate - - - -
Mostly sunny
3 12 50% < 1mm Moderate - - - -
Cloudy
0 13 60% < 1mm High NW 8 87 NW 16 64
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Weather News

Frosty start to Tuesday

17:18 EST

Cold air, clear skies and light winds will cause widespread frost across multiple states and territories on Tuesday morning.

Did this cold snap break records?

12:27 EST

A pulse of wintry weather has sent shivers across southeastern Australia during the last few days.

Could Ord Valley hay be the solution to feed shortages in drought-stricken SE Australia?

06:21 EST

Could fodder grown in Western Australia's remote Ord River Irrigation Scheme be the solution to the feed shortage on drought-stricken farmland in South Eastern Australia? The sub-tropical climate and access to irrigation allows farmers in the Ord to produce significant tonnages of Rhodes Grass hay for the local cattle industry, yields up to 30 tonnes per hectare a year.