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Current Warnings
 

Western Australia Forecast

  • Wednesday Cloudy in south with odd light shower west coast. Dry and mostly sunny elsewhere.

  • Thursday Cloudy in south. Patchy rain developing in SW. Dry and mostly sunny elsewhere.

  • Friday Light showers in the south, mostly clearing. Becoming mostly sunny in the west and north.

  • Saturday Mostly sunny in the west and north. The odd light shower about the south coast.

WA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sun 28/06 Mon 29/06 Tue 30/06

26.8°C

Cocos Island Ap
Hottest

34.1°C

Pardoo

32.3°C

Wyndham Ap

33.0°C

Wyndham Ap

5.7°C

Forrest
Coldest

-1.4°C

Collie East

-2.0°C

Yeelirrie
 

SE 27km/h

Rowley Shoals
Windiest

51km/h

Bedout Island

103km/h

Forrest

103km/h

Forrest
-
no rain last hr Wettest

4.8mm

Christmas Island Ap

0.4mm

Somme Creek
 
Western Australia's Records for July
Max Min Rain
Highest 37.6°C at
Wyndham in 1996
Lowest 0.0°C at
Wongan Hills in 2013
Highest 26.9°C at
Cocos Island Ap in 1984
Lowest -6.7°C at
Booylgoo Spring in 1969
Highest 320.6mm at
Bickley in 1996

Western Australia Rainfall Bulletin

Wednesday July 1, 2015
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Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
10  
A yellow cell indicates a probable monthly record for this site (sites with ≥ 10 years of records only). The number of years of records available for the relevant field for this month is indicated in black. See the station's climate page for full details.
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Weather News

Warmest June temperatures for Perth

20:04 EST

Perth has recorded its warmest June on record with the average maximum temperature of 21 degrees Celsius.

Warm June across Australia

18:10 EST

Sunny skies have created a warmer than average June across all capital cities.

Drought-affected farmers in north-western NSW sow land in hope of first crop in three years

18:09 EST

Heartened by recent rain, farmers near Walgett in north-western New South Wales are taking a gamble and sowing some of their land in the hope of their first crop in three years.