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Ceduna 4-day UV forecast

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UV Forecast
Very High
  • Wednesday
    Mar 29
    Max UV Index:
    9
    icon 23°C
    Possible shower
    Wind:
    9am - WNW 18km/h
    3pm - SW 42km/h
    Chance of rain:
    60%
    Likely amount:
    < 1mm
  • Thursday
    Mar 30
    Max UV Index:
    8
    icon 20°C
    Mostly sunny
    Wind:
    9am - S 21km/h
    3pm - S 28km/h
    Chance of rain:
    5%
    Likely amount:
    < 1mm
  • Friday
    Mar 31
    Max UV Index:
    9
    icon 20°C
    Mostly sunny
    Wind:
    9am - E 10km/h
    3pm - SSW 24km/h
    Chance of rain:
    5%
    Likely amount:
    < 1mm
  • Saturday
    Apr 1
    Max UV Index:
    8
    icon 21°C
    Mostly sunny
    Wind:
    9am - SE 11km/h
    3pm - S 29km/h
    Chance of rain:
    5%
    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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Cyclone Debbie photographs capture trail of destruction left across north Queensland

08:27 EDT

Queenslanders have awoken to survey the full extent of Tropical Cyclone Debbie's destruction.

Cyclone Debbie: BOM downgrades storm as road access cut to three towns

08:22 EDT

Damage from Cyclone Debbie has cut all roads to the north Queensland towns of Bowen, Airlie Beach and Proserpine, but there have been no reports of injury from Daydream Island in the Whitsundays, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said this morning.

Cyclone Debbie threatens coal exports from Queensland mines

08:21 EDT

When Cyclone Yasi devastated parts of North Queensland in 2011, the rains it brought with it took out about 20 million tonnes of coking coal production.