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Next 48 hours in Mt Baw Baw

  Weather Temp Chance of rain Cloud cover Wind Dew point Humidity
Monday, February 19
3pm

Intermittent rain 10°C 60% 55% icon
ESE 21km/h 10°C 100%
6pm

Intermittent rain 8°C 60% 61% icon
ESE 21km/h 8°C 100%
9pm

Rain 6°C 73% 73% icon
ESE 21km/h 6°C 100%
Tuesday, February 20
12am

Intermittent rain 6°C 63% 62% icon
ESE 23km/h 3°C 80%
3am

Slight chance shower 5°C 38% 63% icon
E 22km/h 1°C 74%
6am

Mostly clear 4°C 5% 38% icon
E 19km/h -1°C 68%
9am

Mostly clear 5°C 5% 19% icon
E 20km/h 0°C 69%
12pm

Clear 8°C 5% 8% icon
E 19km/h 3°C 68%
3pm

Clear 12°C 5% 1% icon
E 18km/h 6°C 65%
6pm

Clear 12°C 5% 1% icon
E 17km/h 7°C 69%
9pm

Clear 7°C 5% 5% icon
E 14km/h 3°C 75%
Wednesday, February 21
12am

Mostly clear 6°C 5% 18% icon
E 14km/h 1°C 68%
3am

Mostly clear 5°C 5% 41% icon
ENE 14km/h 0°C 68%
6am

Mostly clear 7°C 5% 43% icon
NE 14km/h 1°C 67%
9am

Mostly clear 11°C 5% 43% icon
NNE 12km/h 4°C 64%
12pm

Mostly cloudy 15°C 5% 57% icon
NE 8km/h 7°C 58%
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Tropical Cyclone Kelvin weakens, but heavy flooding cuts off Great Northern Highway

14:15 EDT

A cyclone which brought damaging winds and heavy rain to northern WA has weakened to a category one system, but there are fears flooding affecting a major supply road could impact food delivery in the region.

Cyclonic Queensland surf to hit its peak today, Gold Coast beaches still closed

14:06 EDT

Cyclonic swells will reach a peak along southern Queensland beaches today, with conditions this morning described as "good as you can get" for experienced surfers.

Flurry of cyclones challenges WA rainfall records

11:19 EDT

Some cyclone-weary parts of Western Australia's north coast have seen more than two years worth of rain in the last two months.