South Australia Marine Weather Forecast

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South Australia Marine Weather Overview

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SSW 9kt
Adelaide Ap  9kt 
1.0m
WSW
WSW 17kt
Cape Jaffa  17kt 
SSE 10kt
Ceduna  10kt 
3.0m
SW
1.5m
SSW
SSW 9kt
Kadina  9kt 
SSW 12kt
Kingscote  12kt 
ESE 19kt
Nullarbor  19kt 
1.5m
SW
2.5m
SW
2.0m
SW
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South Australia Coastal Warnings

South Australia Coastal Temperature, Wind and Rainfall Reports

Station Time Temperature Feels like Winds Gusts Rainfall
°C °C kt kt mm
Nullarbor 18:00 CST 14.2 8.2 wind
ESE 19 27 0.0
Ceduna 18:00 CST 14.2 11.2 wind
SSE 10 12 0.0
Port Lincoln Airport 18:00 CST 11.8 7.4 wind
S 12 17 0.0
Whyalla Ap 18:00 CST 12.3 8.7 wind
S 9 13 0.0
Port Augusta 18:00 CST 13.7 9.3 wind
SE 12 17 0.0
Kadina 18:00 CST 11.2 7.2 wind
SSW 9 11 0.0
Moonta 18:00 CST - - wind
SSW 15 18 -
Stenhouse Bay 18:00 CST 12.0 6.8 wind
SSW 12 17 0.0
Edithburgh 18:00 CST 10.8 9.6 wind
S 4 6 0.0
Outer Harbor 18:00 CST - - wind
SSW 15 18 -
Adelaide Airport 18:00 CST 11.9 8.4 wind
SSW 9 12 0.0
Noarlunga 18:00 CST 11.9 10.1 wind
SSW 4 7 0.0
Cape Borda 18:00 CST 9.6 3.2 wind
S 14 20 0.0
Kingscote Ap 18:00 CST 10.4 5.2 wind
SSW 12 17 0.0
Cape Willoughby 18:00 CST 11.4 5.2 wind
SSW 15 22 0.0
Hindmarsh Is 18:00 CST 11.1 3.8 wind
SSW 19 22 0.0
Cape Jaffa 18:00 CST 10.2 2.3 wind
WSW 17 21 0.0
Mt Gambier 18:00 CST 6.6 2.6 wind
NW 7 8 0.0
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Weather News

BOM warns of flooding as WA's south coast gets first rain in years

17:36 EST

South coast farmers have recorded their first significant rainfall in years, with the Bureau of Meteorology warning of potential flooding overnight.

Perth weather hot and dry in July but wet start to August brings hope to farmers

17:25 EST

Western Australia has posted its second-warmest July on record and rainfall was 56 per cent below average across the state, the latest data from the Bureau of Meteorology has revealed.