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Western Australian Weather

Current Warnings
 

Western Australia Forecast

  • Thursday Showers developing from the northwest to central. Mostly dry and sunny elsewhere.

  • Friday Possible showers in the SW and NW. Mostly dry and sunny elsewhere.

  • Saturday Possible showers and storms in the west. Warm in the north and west. Cooler in the south.

  • Sunday Windy showers in the south. Warm and mostly dry in the north.

  • Monday Wind and rain in the south & southeast. Mostly fine in the north.

WA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Mon 27/06 Tue 28/06 Wed 29/06

34.7°C

West Roebuck
Hottest

35.7°C

Kalumburu

35.0°C

West Roebuck

35.0°C

Curtin Ap

37.4°C

Kununurra Ap

11.3°C

Mount Magnet
Coldest

-2.3°C

Eyre

-1.2°C

Pingelly

0.0°C

York

-3.5°C

Eyre

SE 31km/h

Telfer Ap
Windiest

62km/h

Rottnest Island

64km/h

Garden Island

55km/h

Troughton Island
-

0.4mm last hr

Christmas Island Ap
Wettest

27.0mm

Margaret River

34.0mm

Mundaring

21.0mm

Christmas Island Ap

159.0mm

Cocos Island Ap
Western Australia's Records for June
Max Min Rain
Highest 39.1°C at
Argyle Ap in 2013
Lowest 6.3°C at
Wongan Hills in 1956
Highest 27.7°C at
Cocos Island Ap in 1999
Lowest -6.0°C at
Collie East in 2006
Highest 478.4mm at
Rocky Gully in 2009

Western Australia Observations

Latest Observations
Station
(Ungroup by district)
Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like RH Fire Rain Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm hPa
12:50 WST
SSW 9 13 17.4 6.3 17.4 48 5 0.0 1025.6
12:50 WST
W 9 11 16.4 8.6 16.4 60 3 0.0 -
12:50 WST
WNW 20 28 16.9 10.1 16.9 64 4 0.0 1023.1
12:50 WST
S 24 31 22.5 12.9 22.5 54 7 0.0 1019.0
12:50 WST
NE 7 13 15.5 1.9 14.3 40 6 0.0 1024.6
12:50 WST
SW 20 26 15.9 10.4 15.9 70 3 0.0 1022.8
12:50 WST
ESE 7 20 33.2 14.2 32.4 31 15 0.0 1013.0
14:20 WST
SE 24 28 18.6 4.0 18.6 38 11 0.0 1021.6
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