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Tue 12:41 EST
Current Warnings
 

Tasmania Forecast

  • Tuesday Showers increasing from the west. Late cold change with rain.

  • Wednesday Strong and cold southerly winds throughout. Widespread showers..

  • Thursday Scattered showers in the west and north. Cool throughout.

  • Friday Strong winds along west/south/north coasts. Showers in west and south.

  • Saturday Showers in the south and east, cool.. Windy along the coasts..

Tas Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sat 22/04 Sun 23/04 Mon 24/04

18.6°C

Launceston
Hottest

21.4°C

St Helens Ap

20.5°C

Flinders Island

21.9°C

Flinders Island

26.5°C

Strahan Ap

5.4°C

Mt Read
Coldest

2.9°C

Lake St Clair

5.5°C

Mt Wellington

5.0°C

Mt Wellington

-4.6°C

Liawenee

NW 51km/h

Maatsuyker Is
Windiest

40km/h

Eddystone Point

70km/h

Burnie Ntc

55km/h

Tasman Island
-
no rain last hr Wettest

27.0mm

Liawenee

45.0mm

Wynyard

14.0mm

Bridport

19.0mm

Devonport Ap
Tasmania's Records for April
Max Min Rain
Highest 32.0°C at
Campania in 2005
Lowest -2.4°C at
Mt Wellington in 1963
Highest 21.8°C at
Flinders Island in 1994
Lowest -7.7°C at
Liawenee in 2001
Highest 254.0mm at
Rossarden in 1960

Tasmania Weather Forecasts

Station
(ungroup by district)
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Late shower
7 16 20% < 1mm Nil - - - -
Showers increasing
5 16 90% 1-5mm Slight WSW 9 73 WNW 20 74
Mostly cloudy
5 16 20% < 1mm Slight W 16 63 WNW 22 48
Mostly sunny
5 15 10% < 1mm Slight - - - -
Clearing shower
3 15 20% < 1mm Moderate - - - -
Cloud increasing
3 16 10% < 1mm Moderate SW 6 69 W 12 50
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