South Australia Marine Weather Forecast

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South Australia Marine Weather Overview

Adelaide Local Waters Adelaide Local Waters South East Far West Coast West Coast Gulf Waters Gulf Waters Gulf Waters South Central Western Bass Strait Northern Bass Strait Israelite Bay to Eucla South Australia
mostly sunny
Adelaide Ap  9kt 
mostly cloudy
Cape Jaffa  10kt 
sunny
Ceduna  13kt 
mostly sunny
Kadina  11kt 
mostly sunny
Kingscote  8kt 
sunny
Nullarbor  11kt 
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South Australia Coastal Warnings

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South Australia Marine Weather

Adelaide Local Waters

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 0.5m, W
Forecast: Wed: S 15/20 kts. Thu: S 15/20 kts. Fri: SW 10/15 kts. Sat: SE/SW 10 kts
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Far West Coast

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 1.0m, SW
Forecast: Wed: SE 15/20 kts. Thu: SE 15/20 kts. Fri: SE 15/20 kts. Sat: E/SE 10/15 kts
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West Coast

Seas: Up to 2.0m Swell: Up to 1.0m, SW
Forecast: Wed: S/SE 15/20 kts. Thu: S/SE 15/20 kts. Fri: SE 15/20 kts. Sat: S/SW 10/15 kts
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Gulf Waters

Seas: Up to 2.0m Swell: Up to 1.0m, SSW
Forecast: Wed: S 15/20 kts. Thu: S 20/25 kts. Fri: S increasing 15/20 kts. Sat: S/SW 10/15 kts
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South Central

Seas: Up to 1.0m Swell: Up to 1.5m, SW
Forecast: Wed: S 15/20 kts. Thu: S 10/15 kts. Fri: SW 10/15 kts. Sat: W/SW 10 kts
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South East

Seas: Up to 1.0m Swell: Up to 1.5m, SW
Forecast: Wed: SW 10/15 kts. Thu: S/SW 10/15 kts. Fri: W/SW increasing 15/20 kts. Sat: W 15/20 kts
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South Australia Coastal Weather forecast

Station Forecast Min Max 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Adelaide Ap
Mostly sunny 14 28 NE 10 48 WSW 17 31
Cape Borda
Mostly sunny 12 24 NNE 12 68 WNW 12 52
Cape Jaffa
Mostly cloudy 12 22 NW 16 72 W 18 57
Cape Willoughby
Mostly sunny 13 24 N 10 71 W 12 60
Coles Pt
Mostly sunny 13 27 NE 7 58 WSW 15 40
Elizabeth
Sunny 13 32 NE 9 42 WSW 23 20
Kingscote
Mostly sunny 9 30 NNW 10 59 NW 15 31
Kuitpo
Mostly sunny 10 30 N 8 56 W 16 27
Mt Gambier
Mostly sunny 10 24 NW 18 78 W 26 42
Noarlunga
Mostly sunny 13 29 NE 3 49 W 8 27
Nullarbor
Sunny 11 37 NE 16 40 SSW 20 16
Outer Harbor
Mostly sunny 15 25 NE 7 59 SW 17 43
Parafield
Mostly sunny 12 33 NE 8 41 WSW 18 18
Port Lincoln
Mostly sunny 11 28 NNE 8 58 SSW 13 39
Price
Mostly sunny 16 28 - - - -
Stenhouse Bay
Mostly sunny 14 24 NNE 5 61 - -
Elliston
Sunny 14 29 NNE 10 79 WSW 9 79
Warooka
Mostly sunny 13 30 NNE 6 61 W 10 32
Roseworthy
Sunny 10 34 NE 10 41 WSW 23 18
Edithburgh
Mostly sunny 13 25 NE 3 67 S 10 50
Snowtown
Sunny 10 36 NNE 12 31 W 22 13
Minlaton
Mostly sunny 11 29 NE 11 52 W 22 24
Cleve
Sunny 13 34 NNE 14 42 SW 18 23
Robe
Mostly sunny 12 20 WNW 10 77 W 13 63
Meningie
Mostly sunny 12 27 NNW 8 66 WSW 17 40
Maitland
Mostly sunny 11 33 NNE 12 44 WSW 24 22
Streaky Bay
Sunny 13 37 NE 9 50 WSW 18 30
Ceduna
Sunny 11 32 NE 14 40 SW 24 27
Strathalbyn
Mostly sunny 11 31 N 8 42 WSW 20 21
Kadina
Mostly sunny 10 33 ENE 9 44 WSW 20 24
Victor Harbor
Mostly sunny 11 27 NNE 12 52 SW 22 38
Murray Bridge
Mostly sunny 11 33 NNE 10 48 SW 22 13
Port Pirie
Sunny 14 34 NNE 6 46 WSW 11 25
Port Augusta
Sunny 16 38 NE 13 36 W 21 14
Whyalla
Sunny 15 33 NNW 7 52 S 16 28
Adelaide
Mostly sunny 13 30 NE 11 43 WSW 20 18
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Weather News

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The WA Health Department has issued a heatwave warning for Perth for the first time since 2016 as the city braces for a run of record-breaking heat until Sunday.

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18:40 EDT

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Positive Indian Ocean Dipole fuels bushfires devastating Australia and deadly flooding in Africa

17:46 EDT

A climatic phenomenon of near-record intensity has contributed to two extremes on opposite sides of the Indian Ocean — torrential rain in East Africa and exceptionally dry conditions fuelling bushfires in Australia.