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Western Australian Weather

forecast summary state forecast


Monday Rain and storms in the Pilbara and Gascoyne. Warming in the south. Very warm in the north.


Tuesday Rain & embedded storms in the south and west. Hot in the north. Sunny in northeast..


Wednesday Scattered showers and storms across interior. Partly cloudy in the south. Hot in the north.


Thursday Isolated showers and thunderstorms across interior. Drier in the west. Hot in the north warm elsewhere.


Friday Showers and storms in the northwest, mainly inland. Mostly sunny in the south and northeast.

current warnings most recent warnings

WA - Mon 15:40 WST
Severe Weather Warning

WA - Mon 12:46 WST
Flooding Outlook Advice General

WA - Mon 12:45 WST
Flood Warning -Gascoyne Catchment

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current extremes current extremes

Hottest
39.5°C
Coldest
19.1°C
Windiest
SSE 29km/h
Wettest
2.4mm last hr

historic extremes historic March extremes

Hottest Day
47.8°C
Coldest Day
10.7°C
Hottest Night
34.0°C
Coldest Night
-0.9°C
Wettest 24hr
438.0mm

Western Australia Daily Summaries

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Monday March 30, 2015
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station
(group by district)
min to 9am anomaly max from 9am anomaly rain to 9am
°C °C °C °C mm
12.6 - 28 - 0.2
27.0 +1.6 35 +1 0.2
10.5 -3.6 26 -2 0.0
21.1 -1.0 24 -8 3.0
16.7 +0.9 24 -1 0.0
20.0 -0.5 - - 0.0
18.0 +2.0 33 +4 0.0
14.3 -2.3 28 -2 0.0
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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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