Fairfax Media Network

The page you requested requires Essential access

Stormtracker Dashboard

12 Month Rainfall

Weatherzone Essential

  • Extended Radar and Satellite
  • Extended Observation History
  • Extended Computer Models
  • Bookmarks & Custom Units

Weatherzone Pro

  • No 3rd Party Advertising
  • Extended Observation History
  • Extended Computer Models
  • Bookmarks & Custom Units
  • 12 Month Rainfall Forecast
  • Extended Daily Summaries
  • Local Lightning
  • Stormtracker
  • Layers

Robe Observations

Sunday April 22, 2018
choose date:
Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like rh Fire Rain Rain 10' Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm mm hPa
Sun 09:00 CST
ESE 11   13.2 10.3 12.3 83 1 1   1022.4
Sat 15:00 CST
S 20   17.1 14.5 17.1 85 2 0   1020.7
Sat 09:00 CST
NW 6   20.2 16.2 20.2 78 2 5   1020.7
Fri 15:00 CST
NNW 13   23.8 10.5 23.8 43 9 0   1017.2
Fri 09:00 CST
NNE 9   17.5 12.1 17.5 71 2 0   1019.4
Thu 15:00 CST
- 0   23.8 11.9 23.8 47 6 0   1016.5
Thu 09:00 CST
NNE 9   17.2 11.7 17.2 70 3 0   1017.7
Wed 15:00 CST
WSW 9   20.9 9.8 20.9 49 6 0   1017.3
Wed 09:00 CST
NE 24   10.9 6.5 8.2 74 2 0   1022.2
Tue 15:00 CST
S 20   16.9 4.8 16.9 45 8 0   1024.5
Tue 09:00 CST
SE 13   14.9 3.8 14.1 47 6 0   1026.6
Mon 15:00 CST
SW 37   17.7 11.7 17.7 68 5 0   1017.8
Mon 09:00 CST
SW 37   16.9 13.9 16.9 82 3 2   1015.8
Sun 15:00 CST
SW 33   16.6 15.4 16.6 93 2 0   1009.4
Sun 09:00 CST
WSW 37   17.3 13.6 17.3 79 4 6   1007.4

Station Details

ROBE
Lower South East, South Australia
37.1628°S 139.7560°E 3m AMSL
Commenced 1860
Display Your Local Weather

Weather News

Dousing for southwest WA

13:21 EST

A strong frontal system is bringing some heavy falls of rain to southwest parts of Western Australia.

Dry end to the wet season for the Top End

15:19 EST

A generally healthy wet season across the Northern Territory's Top End is having a very dry April to finish it off.

Outback weather watchers use local knowledge to record private history of rain events

08:38 EST

When your livelihood depends on the weather, predictions, patterns and planning are paramount, which is especially true for farmers and graziers in western Queensland where families have been keeping an eye on the skies for decades.