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Tasmanian Weather

Current Warnings
 

Tasmania Forecast

  • Friday Showers in SW. Late showers in SE. Showers in NW. Late showers in NE.

  • Saturday Showers easing in SW. Clearing showers in SE. Mostly sunny in the north.

  • Sunday Mild and mostly sunny. Gust winds northwest coast, lighter inland.

  • Monday The odd light shower for central parts. Dry and warm elsewhere.

  • Tuesday Rain and showers spreading east. Heavy northwest. Mild throughout, breezy northerlies on east coast.

Tas Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Tue 13/11 Wed 14/11 Thu 15/11

18.5°C

Friendly Beach
Avg: Rec:
Hottest

31.2°C

Swansea
Avg: Rec:
- -

23.7°C

Cressy
Avg: Rec:

22.2°C

Launceston
Avg: Rec:

31.2°C

Swansea
Avg: Rec:
- -

5.7°C

Mt Wellington
Avg: Rec:
Coldest

2.0°C

Lake Leake
Avg: Rec:

-0.4°C

Mt Wellington
Avg: Rec:

2.0°C

Mt Hartz
Avg: Rec:

-3.6°C

Butlers Gorge
Avg: Rec:

NW 40km/h

Maatsuyker Is
Windiest

88km/h

Maatsuyker Is

59km/h

Cape Grim

61km/h

Mt Read
-

0.6mm last hr

Liawenee
Avg: Rec:
Wettest

2.4mm

Strahan Ap
Avg: Rec:

21.4mm

Verwood
Avg: Rec:
- -

4.0mm

Scottsdale
Avg: Rec:

4.0mm

Scottsdale
Avg: Rec:
Tasmania's Records for November
Max Min Rain
Highest 38.5°C at
Hobart Ap in 1966
Lowest -1.7°C at
Mt Wellington in 1963
Highest 20.6°C at
Maydena in 1969
Lowest -6.8°C at
Liawenee in 2008
Highest 125.0mm at
Hastings in 1953

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06:45 EDT

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