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Western Australia Forecast

  • Tuesday Showers and storms in the north. Hot in the south, very hot elsewhere.

  • Wednesday Thunderstorms easing in the north. Widespread heat across the state.

  • Thursday Possible storms in the north otherwise mostly fine. Widespread heat across the state.

  • Friday A period of showers crossing the southwest. Very hot, especially over northwestern parts.

  • Saturday Showers and storms in the southwest and Kimberley. Dry elsewhere. Very hot over central/western parts.

WA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sat 25/02 Sun 26/02 Mon 27/02

29.7°C

Troughton Island
Hottest

42.2°C

Port Hedland Ap

42.5°C

Eneabba

40.0°C

Leonora Ap

48.7°C

Yeelirrie

12.1°C

Eyre
Coldest

11.3°C

Forrest

9.5°C

Jarrahwood
 

5.0°C

Jarrahwood

SE 31km/h

Cocos Island Ap
Windiest

70km/h

Kununurra Ap

77km/h

Telfer Ap

87km/h

Wyndham Ap
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no rain last hr Wettest

62.8mm

Mount Barnett

45.2mm

Kalumburu
 

210.6mm

Karratha Ap
Western Australia's Records for February
Max Min Rain
Highest 50.5°C at
Mardie in 1998
Lowest 13.3°C at
Mount Barker in 1914
Highest 35.0°C at
Exmouth Town in 1968
Lowest -1.0°C at
Salmon Gums in 1950
Highest 416.0mm at
Cocos Island Ap in 2013

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Weather News

Brownhill Creek flood mitigation plan to protect '98 per cent' of Adelaide properties

21:58 EDT

Some $140 million will be spent on flood mitigation in Adelaide's inner-south and south-west over the next 20 years after an agreement between the State Government and five local councils.

Perth leaves cool, wet summer behind

17:05 EDT

Perth is enjoying a warm and dry end to what has otherwise wet and relatively cool summer.

Eastern seaboard's soaking start to autumn

12:46 EDT

Parts of Australia's eastern seaboard could receive more than a month's worth of rain in the next week, raising the risk of flooding during the opening days of autumn.