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Western Australia Forecast

  • Sunday Showers becoming lighter in the southwest. Dry, sunny and warm in the north.

  • Monday A few showers in the southwest. Warm, sunny and dry for central and northern parts.

  • Tuesday Rain increasing in W, possibly heavy with storms. Hot and dry over the Kimberley.

  • Wednesday Dry and mostly sunny. Noticeable E/NE breeze. Very warm in the north.

  • Thursday Showers and storms over western parts, some heavy. Warm, dry and windy in the north and east.

WA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Thu 24/05 Fri 25/05 Sat 26/05

33.8°C

Kununurra Ap
Hottest

33.6°C

Derby Ap

34.7°C

Wyndham Ap

35.9°C

Wyndham Ap

38.3°C

Roebourne Ap

12.7°C

North Walpole
Coldest

4.0°C

Mullewa

4.5°C

Brookton

6.7°C

Eyre

-2.9°C

Eyre

W 61km/h

Cape Leeuwin
Windiest

103km/h

Badgingarra

114km/h

Cape Leeuwin

83km/h

Cape Leeuwin
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0.6mm last hr

Cocos Island Ap
Wettest

93.8mm

Acton Park

67.0mm

Bickley

27.6mm

Bickley

28.0mm

Bickley
Western Australia's Records for May
Max Min Rain
Highest 41.7°C at
Nyang in 2016
Lowest 7.8°C at
Mount Barker in 1908
Highest 29.6°C at
Troughton Island in 2016
Lowest -5.6°C at
Wandering in 1964
Highest 286.5mm at
Cape Leveque in 1949

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Weather News

Mid-week snow to help pre-season base

15:11 EST

A cold front due to cross the alpine region will bring some snow to the resorts from Tuesday, assisting the snow-making guns that are currently forming the base for the upcoming winter.

Melbourne's mild run nearly over

13:13 EST

With a trifecta of 20 degree days on the cards for Melbourne, residents are encouraged to make the most of these final warm days.

Tasmanian floods: Victims disappointed they will miss out on disaster relief funding

09:10 EST

Flood victims in Tasmania's Derwent Valley have criticised the Government for locking them out of the Natural Disaster Relief Fund.