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Western Australian Weather

forecast summary state forecast


Sunday Windy with heavy showers in the south and west. Very hot in the north, cool change in the SW.


Monday Showers across the south with the odd storm. Cool. Hot in the north and mostly sunny.


Tuesday Thundery showers in the SE, mostly sunny elsewhere. Cool morning in the SW, hot over the north.


Wednesday Cool morning in the south, hot in the north. Light and variable winds in the south.


Thursday Very hot in the far north, mild elsewhere. Winds light and variable, increasing in southwest.

current warnings most recent warnings

WA - Sun 19:49 WST
Coastal Wind Warning

WA - Sun 15:51 WST
Severe Weather Warning

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current extremes current extremes

Hottest
33.1°C
Coldest
8.7°C
Windiest
S 62km/h
Wettest
2.0mm last hr

historic extremes historic September extremes

Hottest Day
43.1°C
Coldest Day
7.8°C
Hottest Night
29.7°C
Coldest Night
-4.6°C
Wettest 24hr
244.9mm

Western Australia Weather Forecasts

major stations | all stations
station
(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 Mostly sunny
10 22 10% < 1mm Nil NNE 9 63 W 13 45
sunny Sunny
8 25 5% < 1mm Nil NE 17 60 SW 8 39
possible shower Possible shower
10 20 70% < 1mm Nil N 7 71 WNW 17 65
possible shower Possible shower
11 20 30% < 1mm Nil NW 18 71 W 19 57
mostly sunny Mostly sunny
6 23 10% < 1mm Nil NNE 8 65 NW 9 42
sunny Sunny
14 30 5% < 1mm Nil ENE 26 24 SW 17 26
mostly sunny Mostly sunny
6 22 5% < 1mm Nil ENE 8 56 NNE 8 31
clearing shower Clearing shower
11 18 30% < 1mm Nil SSW 23 54 S 21 62
sunny Sunny
15 35 5% < 1mm Nil SE 28 21 WSW 16 24
sunny Sunny
10 24 5% < 1mm Nil SE 27 41 SSE 22 22

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