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Current Warnings
 

Western Australia Forecast

  • Thursday Hot with rain and storms north, heavy inland. Warm west & far south, light showers far south.

  • Friday Hot with rain and storms north, heavy interior. Heating up in the west. Mild in far south.

  • Saturday Hot with showers and storms inland. Hot west coast & southwest ahead of cooler change.

  • Sunday Hot with showers and storms inland and east. Cooler change crossing south. Warm west coast.

WA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Mon 16/01 Tue 17/01 Wed 18/01

29.2°C

Broome Ap
Hottest

43.0°C

Eucla

40.3°C

Paraburdoo Ap

39.0°C

Paraburdoo Ap

46.6°C

Gascoyne Junction

11.4°C

Styles Tower
Coldest

7.0°C

Jarrahwood

8.7°C

Windy Harbour
 

5.1°C

Rocky Gully

SW 44km/h

Barrow Island
Windiest

77km/h

Rottnest Island

66km/h

Gooseberry Hill

74km/h

Morawa Ap
-
no rain last hr Wettest

98.8mm

Laverton Ap

77.0mm

Ruby Plains
 

160.0mm

Home Valley
Western Australia's Records for January
Max Min Rain
Highest 49.8°C at
Mundrabilla Station in 1979
Lowest 13.9°C at
Mount Barker in 1917
Highest 35.5°C at
Wittenoom in 2003
Lowest 0.9°C at
Bridgetown in 1921
Highest 504.8mm at
Kuri Bay in 1982

Western Australia Rainfall Bulletin

Thursday January 19, 2017
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Station
(Group by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
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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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