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Liawenee Forecast

Today 11°C
Tonight 2°C
mostly_sunny

Now

6.8°C falling
Updated at 17:00 EST

Central for Wednesday Partly cloudy. Light winds becoming N/NE 15 to 25 km/h in the evening.

Currently at Liawenee

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Temperature 6.8°C falling
Dew Point 4.3°C rising
Feels Like 4.3°C
Relative Humidity 84%
Wind icon
N 12km/h falling
Wind Gusts 20km/h
Pressure 1004.7hPa steady
Fire Danger 1.2
Rain since 9am/last hr 0.0mm / -

Sun on Wed

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Sunrise sunrise
05:52 EST
Sunset sunset
18:17 EST

Nearby Now

Cressy 13.9°C
Launceston Ap 13.6°C
Tunnack 9.8°C

Next 12 hours in Liawenee

48-hour forecast

6pm

Mostly clear
5°C

9pm

Mostly cloudy
2°C

12am

Mostly cloudy
2°C

3am

Rain
4°C

Central Weather Warnings

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Tas - Wed 16:37 EST
Road Weather Alert for Tasmania for North West Coast, Central North, North East, Central Plateau and East Coast Forecast Districts

Tas - Wed 16:32 EST
Severe Weather Warning (Damaging Winds) for King Island, Furneaux Islands, NE, E Coast and NW Coast and C N

Tasmania Weather Update

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Liawenee 7-day Weather Forecast

Summary Wed
Sep 28
Thu
Sep 29
Fri
Sep 30
Sat
Oct 1
Sun
Oct 2
Mon
Oct 3
Tue
Oct 4

Mostly sunny

Windy with rain

Thunder-
storms

Thunder-
storms

Windy with rain

Thunder-
storms

Thunder-
storms
Maximum 11°C 10°C 12°C 11°C 11°C 9°C 8°C
Minimum -1°C 2°C 1°C 0°C 1°C 3°C 0°C
Chance of Rain 90% 90% 70% 80% 90% 90% 90%
Rain Amount 1-5mm 20-40mm 1-5mm 1-5mm 10-20mm 5-10mm 10-20mm
UV Index Moderate Moderate Moderate Moderate Moderate
Frost Risk High Moderate High High Moderate Slight High
  9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm
Wind Speed 11
km/h
18
km/h
35
km/h
28
km/h
12
km/h
13
km/h
17
km/h
29
km/h
24
km/h
34
km/h
22
km/h
33
km/h
27
km/h
38
km/h
Wind Direction NNW 11km/h
NNW
N 18km/h
N
ENE 35km/h
ENE
ENE 28km/h
ENE
N 12km/h
N
NNE 13km/h
NNE
WNW 17km/h
WNW
W 29km/h
W
N 24km/h
N
NNW 34km/h
NNW
NNW 22km/h
NNW
NW 33km/h
NW
NW 27km/h
NW
WNW 38km/h
WNW
Relative Humidity 73% 62% 97% 93% 82% 65% 82% 75% 94% 76% 97% 78% 94% 76%
Dew Point 1°C 3°C 8°C 9°C 4°C 4°C 5°C 5°C 6°C 7°C 5°C 4°C 3°C 3°C

Liawenee Sun & Moon Times

Thursday Next occurrence
First light Sunrise Sunset Last light Moon phase moon rise moon set New moon First quarter Full moon Last quarter
first light
05:22 EST
sunrise
05:50 EST
sunset
18:18 EST
last light
18:46 EST
moon
rise
Thu 04:58 EST
set
Thu 16:32 EST
moon
Sat
Oct 1
moon
Sun
Oct 9
moon
Sun
Oct 16
moon
Sun
Oct 23

Liawenee Past 5 Days

this month
  Minimum Maximum Rainfall
Wed
Sep 28
-1.1°C 11°C 0.0mm
Tue
Sep 27
-4.0°C 12.2°C 3.2mm
Mon
Sep 26
-4.3°C 9.9°C 0.0mm
Sun
Sep 25
2.9°C 7.9°C 5.6mm
Sat
Sep 24
0.2°C 9.8°C 0.0mm

Liawenee Year To Date

Average Rainfall To Sep
797.7mm
152.6 Day(s)
Total For 2016
976.0mm
109 Day(s)
Total To This Day 2015
607.6mm
121 Day(s)
Wettest Day
100.6mm
Jun 6
Lowest Temperature
-9.0°C
Jun 1
Highest Temperature
27.2°C
Jan 1

Liawenee Almanac

full climatology
September Minimum Temperature
Lowest This Month
-6.8°C
2nd
Lowest On Record
-10.7°C
8th 2003
Average This Month
0.2°C
+0.7°C
Long-term Average
-0.5°C
September Maximum Temperature
Highest This Month
12.2°C
27th
Highest On Record
18.5°C
22nd 2014
Average This Month
9.9°C
+1.0°C
Long-term Average
8.9°C
September Rainfall
Wettest This Month
31.6mm
15th
Total This Month
82.4mm
8 Day(s)
Long-term Average
124.2mm
18.9 Day(s)
Wettest On Record
222.0mm
2002
Driest On Record
44.6mm
2004
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