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Tasmanian Weather

Tue 04:48 EST
Current Warnings

Tasmania Forecast

  • Tuesday Mostly sunny after a chilly start. Chance of early shower or two in the east.

  • Wednesday Showers in the north and west. Partly cloud and dry in the east.

  • Thursday Gusty and cloudy across the north. Showers developing in the northeast.

  • Friday A few showers, mainly in the west and south. Partly cloudy in east but dry. Cool to cold.

Tas Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sat 29/08 Sun 30/08 Mon 31/08


Flinders Island




Luncheon Hill




Smithton Ap


Mt Wellington



SW 25km/h

Maria Is


Cape Grim


Eddystone Point


Eddystone Point
no rain last hr Wettest


Mt Lloyd


Mt Hartz
Tasmania's Records for September
Max Min Rain
Highest 31.1°C at
Hobart Ap in 1987
Lowest -5.0°C at
Mt Wellington in 1995
Highest 19.0°C at
Risdon in 1973
Lowest -10.7°C at
Shannon Hec in 1983
Highest 188.0mm at
Port Arthur in 2005

Tasmania Weather Forecasts

(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 %
Mostly sunny
5 14 40% < 1mm Slight ESE 11 66 NE 10 52
Clearing shower
5 12 30% < 1mm Slight NW 4 84 NW 8 59
5 14 20% < 1mm Slight WSW 13 62 ESE 7 41
Mostly sunny
3 13 30% < 1mm Moderate S 16 71 SSE 11 52
Mostly sunny
3 14 20% < 1mm Moderate S 14 65 SSE 10 46
Frost then sunny
-1 15 30% < 1mm Severe ENE 3 85 NW 6 44
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If you thought Melbourne's winter was colder than usual, you are not wrong.

Tasmania's winter coldest in nearly 50 years, Bureau of Meteorology says

17:25 EST

The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed what many Tasmanians already suspected, it has been the coldest winter in nearly 50 years.

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16:21 EST

Katter's Australia Party MP Shane Knuth says rural Queenslanders have been "done over" by successive governments.