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Current Warnings
 

Western Australia Forecast

  • Thursday Storms in the north, mostly clear elsewhere. Hot in the north, grading warm elsewhere.

  • Friday Possible storms in the north otherwise mostly fine. Hot in the north, warm in the south.

  • Saturday Windy in most areas. Light coastal showers in the south.

  • Sunday Brisk dry winds in most areas. Mostly dry apart from a light shower in the south.

WA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Mon 27/03 Tue 28/03 Wed 29/03

30.7°C

Wyndham Ap
Hottest

39.7°C

Nyang

37.7°C

Nyang

39.0°C

Wyndham Ap

44.6°C

Mandora

8.3°C

Jacup
Coldest

4.9°C

Salmon Gums

4.2°C

Jarrahwood
 

2.3°C

Bridgetown

ESE 46km/h

Learmonth
Windiest

92km/h

Bedout Island

64km/h

Onslow Ap

61km/h

Learmonth
-
no rain last hr Wettest

128.2mm

Broome Ap

81.0mm

Mulyie
 

193.0mm

Yeeda
Western Australia's Records for March
Max Min Rain
Highest 47.8°C at
Roebourne in 1998
Lowest 10.7°C at
Manjimup in 2005
Highest 34.0°C at
Mardie in 1973
Lowest -0.9°C at
Bridgetown in 1946
Highest 438.0mm at
Truscott in 2005

Western Australia Monthly Summaries

March 2017
Station
(Group by district)
Mean min Anomaly Mean max Anomaly Total rain Percent of mean
°C °C °C °C mm %
13.0 - 22.4 - 49.8 -
26.2 +0.8 34.0 -0.0 171.2 170
14.6 +0.5 26.9 -0.9 50.8 334
22.3 +0.2 31.0 -0.6 1.4 9
16.3 +0.5 26.4 +0.9 8.4 36
22.2 +1.7 37.3 +3.6 15.8 44
17.6 +1.6 29.8 +0.4 23.4 85
16.7 +0.1 27.8 -1.9 23.6 114
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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