Gascoyne Weather

Current Warnings
 

Gascoyne Forecast

  • Monday Sunny. Winds E 25 to 35 km/h becoming light in the evening then becoming E 15 to 20 km/h in the late evening. Daytime maximum temperatures 27 to 33.

  • Tuesday Mostly sunny. Winds E/NE 25 to 35 km/h becoming light in the evening. Overnight temperatures falling to between 11 and 15 with daytime temperatures reaching 28 to 34.

  • Wednesday Partly cloudy. Winds N/NE 15 to 20 km/h shifting S/SW during the afternoon. Overnight temperatures falling to between 12 and 16 with daytime temperatures reaching the low to mid 30s.

  • Thursday Mostly sunny. Winds S/SW 15 to 20 km/h tending S/SE during the morning then tending S/SW during the day. Overnight temperatures falling to between 11 and 17 with daytime temperatures reaching 28 to 34.

Issued Sun 21:00 EST

Gascoyne 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
10:30 WST
- - - - - - - - - 1024.2
10:40 WST
ENE 28 37 28.1 -7.7 19.8 9 45 0.0 1022.5
10:40 WST
ENE 24 30 22.8 -7.0 15.3 13 30 0.0 1026.9
10:40 WST
E 24 28 22.0 -4.9 14.7 16 26 0.0 1027.7
09:00 WST
E 11   19.9 -4.3 15.2 19 16 0 1025.2
09:00 WST
ENE 17   19.7 5.3 15.4 39 9 0 1027.9
10:40 WST
ENE 22 30 26.7 -6.2 19.6 11 35 0.0 1023.3
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