South Australian Weather

SA
Sun 22:34 CST
Current Warnings
 

South Australia Forecast

  • Monday Showers, cold in the southeast. Showers, cold in central. Windy, cool-to-cold in the west and north.

  • Tuesday Showers, cold in the southeast. Late shower, cool-to-cold in central. Mostly cloudy, cool-to-cold in the west. Increasing sunshine, cool-to-cold in the north.

  • Wednesday Clearing shower, cool-to-cold in the southeast and central. Sunny, cool-to-mild in the west. Mostly sunny, cool-to-mild in the north.

  • Thursday Mostly sunny, cool in the southeast. Sunny, cool-to-mild in central. Sunny, mild-to-warm in the west and north.

SA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Fri 17/09 Sat 18/09 Sun 19/09

17.8°C

Ernabella
Avg: Rec:
Hottest

34.4°C

Moomba Airport
Avg: Rec:

24.6°C

Moomba Airport
Avg: Rec:

27.8°C

Oodnadatta
Avg: Rec:

37.4°C

Nullarbor
Avg: Rec:

8.3°C

Mount Lofty
Avg: Rec:
Coldest

2.4°C

Nullarbor
Avg: Rec:

-0.4°C

Yongala
Avg: Rec:
 

-2.9°C

Wudinna Ap
Avg: Rec:

SW 57km/h

Neptune Island
Windiest

83km/h

Neptune Island

72km/h

Neptune Island

87km/h

Neptune Island
-

3.8mm last hr

Kuitpo
Avg: Rec:
Wettest

6.2mm

Mt Bold
Avg: Rec:
- -

4.6mm

Sellicks Beach
Avg: Rec:
 

18.2mm

Moomba Airport
Avg: Rec:
South Australia's Records for September
Max Min Rain
Highest 41.5°C at
Moomba Airport in 2003
Lowest 4.4°C at
Mount Lofty in 2004
Highest 26.0°C at
Ceduna in 1944
Lowest -4.5°C at
Yongala in 1995
Highest 125.0mm at
Wilpena Pound in 2001

South Australia Rainfall Bulletin

Monday September 20, 2021
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Station
(Group by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
10  
A yellow cell indicates a probable monthly record for this site (sites with ≥ 10 years of records only). The number of years of records available for the relevant field for this month is indicated in black. See the station's climate page for full details.
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Weather News

A hot and cold heart

14:22 EST

Alice Springs sits at the centre. Geographically, the town is roughly 1500 km equidistant from both Darwin and Adelaide. Culturally, it demarcates 'up north' from 'down south'. And meteorologically, at 23 degrees latitude, it separates the tropics from the mid-latitudes, marking the general limit for the reach of southern cold-fronts.

Wet and Windy Tasmania

13:06 EST

Heavy rain and gusty winds are battering the Apple Isle this weekend.

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