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Port Arthur Forecast

This morning 10°C
Today 19°C
mostly_sunny

Now

13.2°C falling
Updated at 07:00 EST

Lower Derwent for Wednesday Cloudy. Medium chance of showers in the south during the morning and afternoon. Winds NW 15 to 25 km/h tending N/NW 20 to 30 km/h in the evening. Daytime maximum temperatures between 14 and 20.

Currently at Dunalley

24-hour graph
Temperature 13.2°C falling
Dew Point 8.5°C rising
Feels Like 12.6°C
Relative Humidity 73%
Wind icon
N 9km/h falling
Wind Gusts 13km/h
Pressure 1013.2hPa rising
Fire Danger 1.9
Rain since 9am/last hr 0.0mm / 0.0mm

Sun on Wed

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Sunrise sunrise
06:52 EST
Sunset sunset
17:21 EST

Nearby Now

Hobart Ap 12.5°C
Tasman Island 13.9°C
Hobart 13.0°C

Next 12 hours in Dunalley (Stroud Point)

48-hour forecast

9am

Mostly clear
16°C

12pm

Mostly clear
19°C

3pm

Mostly clear
20°C

6pm

Mostly cloudy
17°C

Lower Derwent Weather Warnings

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Tas - Wed 05:00 EST
Strong Wind Warning South West Coast and Central West Coast

National Forecast

Port Arthur 7-day Weather Forecast

Summary Wed
Apr 25
Thu
Apr 26
Fri
Apr 27
Sat
Apr 28
Sun
Apr 29
Mon
Apr 30
Tue
May 1

Mostly sunny

Possible shower

Mostly sunny

Mostly sunny

Mostly sunny

Sunny

Sunny
Maximum 19°C 15°C 17°C 17°C 16°C 17°C 17°C
Minimum 10°C 8°C 8°C 7°C 8°C 7°C 9°C
Chance of Rain 60% 40% 10% 30% 5% 5% 30%
Rain Amount < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm < 1mm
UV Index Low Low Low Low
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 13
km/h
9
km/h
35
km/h
40
km/h
26
km/h
22
km/h
12
km/h
10
km/h
15
km/h
14
km/h
14
km/h
10
km/h
13
km/h
10
km/h
Wind Direction NNW 13km/h
NNW
ENE 9km/h
ENE
W 35km/h
W
W 40km/h
W
WSW 26km/h
WSW
WSW 22km/h
WSW
NW 12km/h
NW
WNW 10km/h
WNW
WSW 15km/h
WSW
WSW 14km/h
WSW
WNW 14km/h
WNW
W 10km/h
W
WNW 13km/h
WNW
NW 10km/h
NW
Relative Humidity 77% 74% 68% 61% 79% 74% 76% 65% 75% 67% 75% 66% 75% 68%
Dew Point 11°C 13°C 5°C 7°C 10°C 12°C 6°C 10°C 7°C 10°C 6°C 10°C 9°C 11°C

Port Arthur Sun & Moon Times

Wednesday Next occurrence
First light Sunrise Sunset Last light Moon phase moon rise moon set Full moon Last quarter New moon First quarter
first light
06:23 EST
sunrise
06:52 EST
sunset
17:21 EST
last light
17:50 EST
moon
rise
Wed 15:11 EST
set
Thu 02:11 EST
moon
Mon
Apr 30
moon
Tue
May 8
moon
Tue
May 15
moon
Tue
May 22

Dunalley Past 5 Days

this month
  Minimum Maximum Rainfall
Tue
Apr 24
13.0°C 19°C 0.0mm
Mon
Apr 23
10.1°C 18.5°C 0.2mm
Sun
Apr 22
11.1°C 20.5°C 0.0mm
Sat
Apr 21
8.6°C 18.0°C 0.0mm
Fri
Apr 20
8.2°C 16.4°C 0.0mm

Hobart Ap Year To Date

Average Rainfall To Apr
152.2mm
38.5 Day(s)
Total For 2018
139.0mm
37 Day(s)
Total To This Day 2017
92.6mm
34 Day(s)
Wettest Day
19.8mm
Mar 1
Lowest Temperature
4.1°C
Apr 18
Highest Temperature
36.5°C
Jan 28

Hobart Ap Almanac

full climatology
April Minimum Temperature
Lowest This Month
4.1°C
18th
Lowest On Record
-0.6°C
26th 1982
Average This Month
9.4°C
+0.6°C
Long-term Average
8.8°C
April Maximum Temperature
Highest This Month
24.9°C
4th
Highest On Record
30.7°C
1st 2005
Average This Month
19.2°C
+1.0°C
Long-term Average
18.2°C
April Rainfall
Wettest This Month
5.4mm
6th
Total This Month
15.6mm
9 Day(s)
Long-term Average
40.4mm
10.8 Day(s)
Wettest On Record
250.7mm
1960
Driest On Record
7.4mm
1993
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