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Midlands Forecast

  • Wednesday Partly cloudy. The chance of fog in the early morning. Winds NW 15 to 20 km/h becoming light early in the morning then becoming N/NW 20 to 30 km/h in the morning. Overnight temperatures falling to around 8 with daytime temperatures reaching around 18.

  • Thursday Partly cloudy. Slight chance of a shower in the south in the early morning. Winds N/NW 15 to 25 km/h turning W 20 to 30 km/h early in the morning. Overnight temperatures falling to around 7 with daytime temperatures reaching between 13 and 16.

  • Friday Cloudy. The chance of morning fog in the north. Light winds becoming W/SW 15 to 20 km/h during the morning then light during the day. Overnight temperatures falling to around 6 with daytime temperatures reaching between 15 and 18.

  • Saturday The chance of morning fog. Mostly sunny day. Light winds. Overnight temperatures falling to around 4 with daytime temperatures reaching between 15 and 18.

Issued Tue 06:25 EST

Midlands Observations

Latest Observations
Station
Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like RH Fire Rain Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm hPa
09:00 EST
- 0   7.9 7.9 7.9 100 1 0 -
09:00 EST
NNE 11   10.7 10.1 9.3 96 1 0 -
01:10 EST
NW 13 15 11.7 6.4 10.2 70 2 0.0 1013.1
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11:33 EST

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Perth rainfall is higher than Melbourne, Hobart, London despite reputation for sunny beaches

10:32 EST

Perth may be best known for its idyllic beaches and sunny skies, but the West Australian capital sees more rain than Melbourne, Hobart and London — cities often associated with gloomy, wet weather.

Corals build 'cloud umbrellas' to help keep cool under blazing sun, study says

10:04 EST

Australian researchers have found corals build "cloud umbrellas" to protect themselves from the scorching sun, and say coral loss through bleaching events could have wider ramifications for weather and agricultural production along the Queensland coast.