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Current Warnings
 

Victoria Forecast

  • Thursday Brisk southerly winds easing. Showers in south, mostly clearing. Dry in north.

  • Friday Early drizzly light showers about coast. Dry elsewhere. Cool in south. Mild in north.

  • Saturday Brisk southerly winds. Light showers in south. Dry in the north.

  • Sunday Early drizzly light showers in south. Dry in the north. Cool southerly winds easing.

Vic Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Mon 27/03 Tue 28/03 Wed 29/03

16.0°C

Gabo Island
Hottest

37.8°C

Latrobe Valley Ap

29.5°C

Phillip Island

29.0°C

Mildura

38.0°C

Walpeup

0.5°C

Mt Baw Baw
Coldest

3.8°C

Mt Baw Baw

4.7°C

Mt Baw Baw
 

1.0°C

Mt Hotham Ap

WSW 55km/h

Gabo Island
Windiest

120km/h

Hogan Island

75km/h

Mount William

90km/h

Sth Channel Island
-

0.2mm last hr

Cape Otway
Wettest

27.4mm

Rocky Valley

1.6mm

Combienbar
 

100.8mm

Aireys Inlet
Victoria's Records for March
Max Min Rain
Highest 46.4°C at
Mildura in 1892
Lowest -0.4°C at
Mt Buller in 1987
Highest 30.3°C at
Cape Otway in 1928
Lowest -6.8°C at
Mount Hotham in 1984
Highest 174.0mm at
Mount Buffalo in 1950

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Weather News

Cyclone Debbie: Flooded roads make access difficult to storm-ravaged north Queensland towns

01:38 EDT

Some people affected by Cyclone Debbie say they are frustrated they have not been able to return to their damaged properties in north Queensland.

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie due to cause a drenching in south-east Queensland

01:06 EDT

South-east Queensland is set for a drenching today with rainfall in excess of 200 millimetres possible in some localised areas, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has warned.

Ex-cyclone Debbie leaves 61,000 without power, Mackay water supplies critical: As it happened

22:07 EDT

As emergency services build a picture of the destruction wrought by Cyclone Debbie, 61,000 remain without power and Mackay may have only 24 hours of clean water remaining.