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Victoria Forecast

  • Tuesday Showers and small hail, mainly in the south. Gusty southwesterly winds. Snow on ranges.

  • Wednesday Gusty westerly flow along coast. Isolated light showers in south. Light snow Alps.

  • Thursday Showers developing in the west. Gusty northeasterly winds in west.

  • Friday Possible showers in the north. Mild throughout with light winds.

  • Saturday . .

Vic Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sat 30/08 Sun 31/08 Mon 01/09

15.5°C

Melbourne
Hottest

25.5°C

Mildura

26.3°C

Mildura

22.0°C

Mallacoota

22.0°C

Mallacoota

-3.2°C

Mt Hotham
Coldest

-1.5°C

Corryong Airport

0.7°C

Corryong Airport

-3.0°C

Falls Creek

-3.4°C

Mt Hotham

S 50km/h

Sth Channel Island
Windiest

55km/h

Mount William

75km/h

Mt Hotham

105km/h

Mt Hotham
-

5.2mm last hr

Mt Nowa Nowa
Wettest

2.0mm

Gabo Island

8.8mm

Portland

31.0mm

Mt Baw Baw

30.6mm

Mt Baw Baw
Victoria's Records for September
Max Min Rain
Highest 37.4°C at
Mildura in 2003
Lowest -6.2°C at
Mt Buller in 1995
Highest 22.5°C at
Cape Otway in 1987
Lowest -9.6°C at
Falls Creek Sec in 1987
Highest 195.0mm at
Mount Buffalo in 1998

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Weather News

Spring in Canberra: warmer weather, blooming flowers and thousands of bird calls

10:03 EST

Winter is finally over, so what can we expect for the next few months and, more importantly, why? Sean Carson at the Bureau of Meteorology said springtime in the capital is marked by warmer, windier weather.

Drier weather leads to forest fires emerging as greatest threat this summer

07:18 EST

The latest bushfire outlook indicates a heightened risk of forest fires in southern Australia this summer.

Mixed season for Western Australian grain growers

06:24 EST

After one of the best starts to a season in a decade, disappointing winter rain has dwindled crop prospects in Western Australia's Eastern Wheatbelt.