New South Wales ACT Marine Weather Forecast

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New South Wales ACT Coastal Warnings

New South Wales ACT Coastal Temperature, Wind and Rainfall Reports

Station Time Temperature Feels like Winds Gusts Rainfall
°C °C kt kt mm
Cape Byron 05:00 EST 20.9 18.2 wind
WSW 11 13 0.2
Ballina Ap 05:00 EST 14.7 16.0 wind
Calm 4 4.6
Yamba 05:00 EST 18.6 16.8 wind
SSW 7 10 0.6
Port Macquarie Ap 05:00 EST 12.6 12.8 wind
Calm 0 0.0
Taree Ap 05:00 EST 14.8 12.8 wind
WSW 5 6 0.0
Williamtown 05:00 EST 14.0 9.8 wind
WNW 11 14 4.2
Nobbys Head 05:00 EST 15.2 10.6 wind
WNW 13 19 0.6
Lake Macquarie 05:00 EST 10.2 9.3 wind
N 2 3 0.0
Norah Head 05:00 EST 14.5 12.9 wind
NW 4 7 0.0
North Head 05:00 EST - - wind
NW 7 10 -
Fort Denison 05:00 EST - - wind
W 8 10 -
Sydney Ap 05:00 EST 13.5 10.2 wind
N 7 9 0.2
Little Bay 05:00 EST - - wind
NW 4 6 -
Kurnell 05:00 EST - - wind
NNW 9 11 -
Wattamolla 05:00 EST - - wind
NW 8 11 -
Bellambi Pt 05:00 EST 14.8 11.7 wind
WNW 6 7 0.0
Albion Park 05:00 EST 13.0 9.8 wind
NW 8 11 0.0
Kiama 05:00 EST 14.1 11.9 wind
NNW 4 6 0.0
Pt Perpendicular 05:00 EST 14.7 11.1 wind
WNW 8 14 0.4
Ulladulla 05:00 EST 14.6 9.6 wind
NW 10 17 0.0
Moruya Ap 05:00 EST 8.9 5.5 wind
NNW 7 9 0.0
Montague Is 05:00 EST 14.8 12.5 wind
W 2 4 0.2
Merimbula Ap 05:00 EST 7.5 5.7 wind
WNW 3 7 2.4
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Weather News

Strong winds lash the southeast

13:15 EDT

A vigorous cold front has swept through parts of the southeast, bringing wind gusts in excess of 100km/h to some exposed and elevated parts.

When it rains, it pours over NSW

13:07 EDT

Parts of New South Wales have recorded their best daily April rainfall in decades, as a strong cold front and trough sweeped over the state overnight.

Sunflowers brighten up the Liverpool Plains countryside after years of drought

10:41 EDT

From dry and dusty paddocks an increasingly rare crop is flowering on the New South Wales Liverpool Plains, standing as a symbol of recovery from an intense one-in-100-year drought.