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Tasmanian Weather

Current Warnings
 

Tasmania Forecast

  • Sunday Widespread cloud. Mild throughout.

  • Monday Mostly clear and warm throughout. The odd coastal shower in the northeast.

  • Tuesday Hot in the north and east. Very windy. Showers increasing from the west.

  • Wednesday Frequent showers in the west, mostly dry east. Cool in the west, milder in the east.

Tas Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Thu 14/12 Fri 15/12 Sat 16/12

16.6°C

Low Head
Hottest

31.8°C

Friendly Beach

25.2°C

Fingal

24.0°C

Cressy

31.8°C

Friendly Beach

2.2°C

Liawenee
Coldest

-1.0°C

Liawenee

4.0°C

Mt Wellington
 

-1.0°C

Liawenee

NW 51km/h

Maatsuyker Is
Windiest

96km/h

Maatsuyker Is

101km/h

Maatsuyker Is

88km/h

Maatsuyker Is
-
no rain last hr Wettest

3.0mm

Strahan Ap

2.0mm

Mt Read
 

102.0mm

Pyengana
Tasmania's Records for December
Max Min Rain
Highest 40.6°C at
Hobart in 1897
Lowest -0.1°C at
Mt Wellington in 1964
Highest 23.9°C at
Hobart in 1920
Lowest -5.0°C at
Mount Barrow in 1969
Highest 202.0mm at
Mt Wellington in 1995

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 %
Drizzle
12 20 20% < 1mm Nil - - - -
Mostly sunny
11 22 5% < 1mm Nil SSW 9 51 SE 22 49
Mostly sunny
11 25 20% < 1mm Nil SSE 8 65 N 12 44
Drizzle
14 20 70% < 1mm Nil - - - -
Mostly sunny
8 22 5% < 1mm Nil SSE 12 58 SSW 23 42
Drizzle
12 22 30% < 1mm Nil - - - -
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Weather News

A stormy outlook for Darwin

13:23 EDT

Darwin is on track to reach their December average rainfall, which is already sitting at the halfway mark.

Unsettled spell for Perth

12:23 EDT

The England cricket team may feel more at home, as conditions turn wet and very windy for the end of the third test.

'Simple' calculations predicted floodwaters in 2011, residents near Wivenhoe Dam say

09:20 EDT

Two days before floodwaters threatened the Ipswich region, west of Brisbane, in January 2011, Darren and Brad Zanow knew they had to move their belongings to higher ground.