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Sun 22:00 EST
Current Warnings
 

Victoria Forecast

  • Monday Showers increasing in the east. Partly cloudy in the central and northwest.

  • Tuesday Patchy showers in the east. Mostly sunny in the west.

  • Wednesday Showers developing in the west and southwest. Showers will become lighter in the east.

  • Thursday Rain and showers moving across the state. Thunderstorms over the north and Alps.

Vic Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Fri 28/08 Sat 29/08 Sun 30/08

10.4°C

Gabo Island
Hottest

17.2°C

Walpeup

16.4°C

Mildura

17.0°C

Mildura

24.5°C

Mallacoota

-4.6°C

Mt Baw Baw
Coldest

-7.3°C

Falls Creek

-5.9°C

Mt Buller
 

-8.6°C

Falls Creek

WSW 38km/h

Gabo Island
Windiest

98km/h

Hogan Island

81km/h

Gabo Island

74km/h

Gabo Island
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no rain last hr Wettest

78.6mm

Walhalla

25.0mm

Mt Baw Baw
 

78.6mm

Walhalla
Victoria's Records for August
Max Min Rain
Highest 32.2°C at
Mildura in 1892
Lowest -6.7°C at
Mt Hotham in 2005
Highest 19.3°C at
Wilsons Promontory in 1977
Lowest -13.2°C at
Mortlake in 1991
Highest 222.8mm at
Falls Creek Sec in 1958

Victoria Daily Summaries

Monday August 31, 2015
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Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am
°C °C °C °C mm
10  
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Snowfalls hit Tassie again

16:10 EST

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