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Next 48 hours in Dunalley (Stroud Point)

  Weather Temp Chance of rain Cloud cover Wind Dew point Humidity
Friday, March 31
9am

Clear 10°C 5% 4% icon
NW 11km/h 4°C 64%
12pm

Clear 15°C 5% 3% icon
NW 17km/h 4°C 46%
3pm

Mostly clear 19°C 5% 32% icon
NW 14km/h 4°C 36%
6pm

Mostly cloudy 18°C 11% 66% icon
NNW 15km/h 7°C 47%
9pm

Mostly clear 15°C 13% 34% icon
NNW 15km/h 7°C 59%
Saturday, April 1
12am

Mostly clear 14°C 5% 44% icon
NNW 16km/h 7°C 62%
3am

Slight chance shower 13°C 48% 47% icon
NNW 16km/h 7°C 67%
6am

Chance shower 12°C 70% 54% icon
WNW 20km/h 8°C 74%
9am

Mostly clear 12°C 20% 22% icon
WNW 26km/h 6°C 65%
12pm

Mostly clear. Windy 15°C 33% 23% icon
W 37km/h 5°C 52%
3pm

Shower. Chance storm. Windy 17°C 67% 36% icon
WSW 41km/h 5°C 46%
6pm

Mostly clear. Windy 14°C 9% 23% icon
WSW 46km/h 6°C 58%
9pm

Mostly clear. Windy 13°C 32% 30% icon
WSW 37km/h 6°C 64%
Sunday, April 2
12am

Mostly clear 12°C 33% 36% icon
WSW 26km/h 5°C 63%
3am

Mostly clear 11°C 28% 38% icon
W 20km/h 5°C 65%
3am

Mostly clear 10°C 24% 41% icon
W 20km/h 4°C 66%
3am

Mostly clear 10°C 21% 45% icon
W 20km/h 4°C 66%
6am

Mostly clear 9°C 24% 50% icon
W 18km/h 4°C 68%
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Northern NSW bearing brunt of ex-Cyclone Debbie as Queensland faces massive clean-up effort

07:28 EDT

Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from towns in northern New South Wales and south-east Queensland as "unprecedented" flooding from ex -Tropical Cyclone Debbie continues.

NSW flooding: Lismore residents ordered to evacuate as town faces 'unprecedented' conditions

07:28 EDT

Emergency services are facing 'unprecedented' flood levels on the New South Wales north coast, and sirens have sounded in Lismore, warning residents they must leave immediately.

Cyclone Debbie: Evacuations in Beaudesert as BOM warns river peaking

07:24 EDT

Residents in and around Beaudesert, south of Brisbane, have been told to evacuate immediately with the Logan River heading to a record flood level.