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Southern Coastal Weather

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Mon 16:27 WST
Current Warnings
 

Southern Coastal Forecast

  • Monday Partly cloudy. Winds W 15 to 20 km/h becoming light in the evening.

  • Tuesday Cloudy. Medium (50%) chance of showers, most likely in the morning and afternoon. Winds W/NW 15 to 20 km/h turning SW 20 to 30 km/h in the afternoon.

  • Wednesday Cloudy. Winds S/SW 15 to 25 km/h tending S/SE 15 to 20 km/h in the morning then becoming light in the evening.

  • Thursday Sunny. Light winds.

  • Friday Partly cloudy. Slight (20%) chance of a shower. Light winds becoming SE 15 to 20 km/h during the afternoon then becoming light during the evening.

Issued Mon 16:25 WST

Southern Coastal Observations

Latest Observations
Station
Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like RH Fire Rain Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm hPa
16:20 WST
W 22 30 18.5 10.1 18.5 58 5 0.0 1018.7
16:20 WST
SW 15 17 19.5 9.9 19.5 54 5 0.0 1018.4
16:20 WST
SW 19 20 19.7 10.9 19.7 57 5 0.0 1018.6
18:30 WST
- - - 19.8 - 19.8 - - - 1018.0
16:20 WST
SSW 15 17 19.1 12.8 19.1 67 3 0.0 -
16:20 WST
W 19 20 21.0 5.8 21.0 37 11 0.0 1018.9
16:20 WST
W 17 20 23.4 3.3 23.4 27 16 0.0 -
09:00 WST
W 9   15.0 8.8 15.0 66 3 0 1021.6
16:00 WST
W 11 19 16.9 9.1 16.9 60 4 0.0 -
16:20 WST
NW 9 11 22.1 6.7 22.1 37 9 0.0 -
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