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Whyalla Forecast

Today 30°C
Tonight 18°C
sunny

Now

26.3°C steady
Updated at 11:00 CDT

Eastern Eyre Peninsula for Saturday Mostly sunny. Light winds becoming S/SW 15 to 25 km/h in the morning then increasing to 25 to 35 km/h in the early afternoon. Daytime maximum temperatures 30 to 37.

Currently at Whyalla Ap

24-hour graph
Temperature 26.3°C steady
Dew Point 16.5°C falling
Feels Like 27.0°C
Relative Humidity 54%
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SSE 14km/h steady
Wind Gusts 20km/h
Pressure 1012.1hPa falling
Fire Danger 6.6
Rain since 9am/last hr 0.0mm / -

Sun on Sat

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Sunrise sunrise
06:54 CDT
Sunset sunset
20:14 CDT

Nearby Now

Port Augusta Ap 29.4°C
Kadina 27.5°C
Snowtown 30.5°C

Fire Danger Rating

VERY HIGH

Next 12 hours in Whyalla

48-hour forecast

12pm

Clear
28°C

3pm

Clear
30°C

6pm

Mostly clear
26°C

9pm

Mostly clear
22°C

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Whyalla 7-day Weather Forecast

Summary Sat
Feb 13
Sun
Feb 14
Mon
Feb 15
Tue
Feb 16
Wed
Feb 17
Thu
Feb 18
Fri
Feb 19

Sunny

Mostly sunny

Clearing shower

Clearing shower

Sunny

Sunny

Mostly sunny
Maximum 30°C 26°C 25°C 25°C 27°C 29°C 28°C
Minimum 18°C 18°C 16°C 16°C 14°C 15°C 17°C
Chance of Rain 5% 60% 50% 60% 5% 5% 5%
Rain Amount < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm
UV Index Extreme Extreme Very High Very High Extreme
Frost Risk Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
  9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm
Wind Speed 8
km/h
27
km/h
25
km/h
30
km/h
20
km/h
30
km/h
21
km/h
31
km/h
21
km/h
26
km/h
16
km/h
22
km/h
19
km/h
25
km/h
Wind Direction SSW 8km/h
SSW
SSE 27km/h
SSE
S 25km/h
S
S 30km/h
S
SE 20km/h
SE
S 30km/h
S
SE 21km/h
SE
S 31km/h
S
SE 21km/h
SE
S 26km/h
S
SSE 16km/h
SSE
S 22km/h
S
SSE 19km/h
SSE
S 25km/h
S
Relative Humidity 63% 40% 69% 41% 73% 41% 75% 44% 66% 33% 67% 34% 70% 39%
Dew Point 15°C 15°C 15°C 12°C 14°C 11°C 15°C 12°C 11°C 9°C 13°C 12°C 15°C 13°C

Whyalla Sun & Moon Times

Saturday Next occurrence
First light Sunrise Sunset Last light Moon phase moon rise moon set First quarter Full moon Last quarter New moon
first light
06:28 CDT
sunrise
06:54 CDT
sunset
20:14 CDT
last light
20:40 CDT
moon
rise
Sat 11:39 CDT
set
Sat 23:23 CDT
moon
Mon
Feb 15
moon
Tue
Feb 23
moon
Wed
Mar 2
moon
Wed
Mar 9

Whyalla Ap Past 5 Days

this month
  Minimum Maximum Rainfall
Sat
Feb 13
14.3°C - 0.0mm
Fri
Feb 12
16.8°C 30.8°C 0.0mm
Thu
Feb 11
18.4°C 30.9°C 0.0mm
Wed
Feb 10
19.7°C 31.7°C 0.0mm
Tue
Feb 9
17.5°C 31.8°C 0.0mm

Whyalla Ap Year To Date

Average Rainfall To Feb
35.8mm
6.0 Day(s)
Total For 2016
44.8mm
6 Day(s)
Total To This Day 2015
83.2mm
6 Day(s)
Wettest Day
18.4mm
Jan 22
Lowest Temperature
13.9°C
Feb 1
Highest Temperature
42.0°C
Jan 13

Whyalla Ap Almanac

full climatology
February Minimum Temperature
Lowest This Month
13.9°C
1st
Lowest On Record
8.6°C
2nd 1989
Average This Month
17.6°C
-0.2°C
Long-term Average
17.8°C
February Maximum Temperature
Highest This Month
34.6°C
1st
Highest On Record
48.0°C
7th 2009
Average This Month
29.2°C
-0.4°C
Long-term Average
29.6°C
February Rainfall
Wettest This Month
4.6mm
2nd
Total This Month
6.4mm
2 Day(s)
Long-term Average
21.4mm
3.2 Day(s)
Wettest On Record
139.8mm
1979
Driest On Record
0.0mm
1989
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