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Terrey Hills 4-day UV forecast

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UV Forecast
Low
  • Thursday
    Jun 21
    Max UV Index:
    2
    icon 15°C
    Showers
    Wind:
    9am - WSW 7km/h
    3pm - SSW 3km/h
    Chance of rain:
    40%
    Likely amount:
    < 1mm
  • Friday
    Jun 22
    Max UV Index:
    2
    icon 17°C
    Mostly sunny
    Wind:
    9am - W 5km/h
    3pm - NE 1km/h
    Chance of rain:
    5%
    Likely amount:
    < 1mm
  • Saturday
    Jun 23
    Max UV Index:
    2
    icon 17°C
    Sunny
    Wind:
    9am - W 4km/h
    3pm - WSW 2km/h
    Chance of rain:
    5%
    Likely amount:
    < 1mm
  • Sunday
    Jun 24
    Max UV Index:
    2
    icon 16°C
    Sunny
    Wind:
    9am - WSW 9km/h
    3pm - SSW 8km/h
    Chance of rain:
    10%
    Likely amount:
    < 1mm

Sun Protecting Tips

Protect yourself in five ways from skin cancer

  • Apply SPF30+ broad spectrum water resistant sun-screen liberally to clean, dry skin, atleast 15 minutes before being exposed to the sun, and reapply at least every two hours when outdoors.
  • Put on a broad-brimmed hat that shades your face, neck and ears.
  • Wear sun protective clothing that covers as much of your body as possible.
  • Seek shade
  • Wear wrap-around sunglasses

Avoid going outdoors unprotected between 10am - 3pm when ultraviolet radiation is the strongest.

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Weather News

Frosty start to winter solstice

09:57 EST

It was another cold and frosty morning across the southern half a Australia on Thursday as the sun rose on the shortest day of the year.

Could Ord Valley hay be the solution to feed shortages in drought-stricken SE Australia?

09:07 EST

Could fodder grown in Western Australia's remote Ord River Irrigation Scheme be the solution to the feed shortage on drought-stricken farmland in South Eastern Australia? The sub-tropical climate and access to irrigation allows farmers in the Ord to produce significant tonnages of Rhodes Grass hay for the local cattle industry, yields up to 30 tonnes per hectare a year.

Clear signs of drought in western NSW

21:05 EST

The prospect of El Nino forming during the second half of 2018 is troubling for parched western NSW, where some places are experiencing their driest year to date in more than five decades.