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Whyalla Forecast

Tonight 6°C
Tomorrow 15°C
mostly_sunny

Now

9.5°C falling
Updated at 21:00 CST

Eastern Eyre Peninsula for Monday Partly cloudy. Winds W/SW 15 to 20 km/h becoming light in the evening.
Tuesday Partly cloudy. Patchy morning fog. Light winds.

Currently at Whyalla Ap

24-hour graph
Temperature 9.5°C falling
Dew Point 8.7°C falling
Feels Like 7.9°C
Relative Humidity 95%
Wind icon
WNW 11km/h steady
Wind Gusts 13km/h
Pressure 1021.0hPa rising
Fire Danger 0.8
Rain since 9am/last hr - / -

Sun on Mon

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Sunrise sunrise
07:23 CST
Sunset sunset
17:26 CST

Nearby Now

Port Augusta Ap 12.4°C
Snowtown 6.9°C
Kadina 11.5°C

Fire Danger Rating

MODERATE

Next 12 hours in Whyalla

48-hour forecast

12am

Mostly clear
9°C

3am

Mostly clear
8°C

6am

Mostly clear
6°C

9am

Mostly clear
9°C

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Whyalla 7-day Weather Forecast

Summary Mon
Jul 6
Tue
Jul 7
Wed
Jul 8
Thu
Jul 9
Fri
Jul 10
Sat
Jul 11
Sun
Jul 12

Mostly sunny

Mostly sunny

Mostly sunny

Possible shower

Mostly sunny

Possible shower

Possible shower
Maximum 17°C 15°C 16°C 16°C 14°C 12°C 13°C
Minimum 7°C 6°C 4°C 6°C 5°C 6°C 5°C
Chance of Rain 10% 5% 30% 70% 50% 60% 70%
Rain Amount < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm 1-5mm 1-5mm 1-5mm < 1mm
UV Index Low Low Low Low Low
Frost Risk Nil Nil Slight Nil Slight Nil Slight
  9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm
Wind Speed 13
km/h
20
km/h
8
km/h
10
km/h
9
km/h
15
km/h
15
km/h
23
km/h
15
km/h
21
km/h
24
km/h
30
km/h
20
km/h
27
km/h
Wind Direction WNW 13km/h
WNW
WSW 20km/h
WSW
WNW 8km/h
WNW
S 10km/h
S
N 9km/h
N
N 15km/h
N
N 15km/h
N
NW 23km/h
NW
W 15km/h
W
SW 21km/h
SW
W 24km/h
W
SW 30km/h
SW
WNW 20km/h
WNW
SW 27km/h
SW
Relative Humidity 95% 72% 100% 75% 95% 63% 81% 71% 100% 76% 96% 80% 99% 84%
Dew Point 10°C 12°C 10°C 10°C 7°C 9°C 7°C 10°C 8°C 10°C 8°C 9°C 8°C 10°C

Whyalla Sun & Moon Times

Tuesday Next occurrence
First light Sunrise Sunset Last light Moon phase moon rise moon set Last quarter New moon First quarter Full moon
first light
06:56 CST
sunrise
07:23 CST
sunset
17:26 CST
last light
17:53 CST
moon
rise
Mon 22:07 CST
set
Tue 10:51 CST
moon
Thu
Jul 9
moon
Thu
Jul 16
moon
Fri
Jul 24
moon
Fri
Jul 31

Whyalla Ap Past 5 Days

this month
  Minimum Maximum Rainfall
Mon
Jul 6
7.7°C - 0.0mm
Sun
Jul 5
4.4°C 18.8°C 0.0mm
Sat
Jul 4
5.4°C 17.5°C 0.0mm
Fri
Jul 3
4.3°C 17.1°C 0.0mm
Thu
Jul 2
4.0°C 17.4°C 0.0mm

Whyalla Ap Year To Date

Average Rainfall To Jul
154.4mm
42.9 Day(s)
Total For 2015
156.4mm
30 Day(s)
Total To This Day 2014
171.8mm
31 Day(s)
Wettest Day
48.0mm
Jan 9
Lowest Temperature
-0.1°C
Jul 1
Highest Temperature
44.3°C
Jan 3

Whyalla Ap Almanac

full climatology
July Minimum Temperature
Lowest This Month
-0.1°C
1st
Lowest On Record
-3.2°C
16th 1982
Average This Month
4.3°C
-0.9°C
Long-term Average
5.2°C
July Maximum Temperature
Highest This Month
18.8°C
5th
Highest On Record
27.0°C
27th 1985
Average This Month
17.2°C
+0.3°C
Long-term Average
16.9°C
July Rainfall
Wettest This Month
0.2mm
1st
Total This Month
0.2mm
1 Day(s)
Long-term Average
24.0mm
9.7 Day(s)
Wettest On Record
73.4mm
1986
Driest On Record
1.4mm
1988
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