Tasmanian Weather

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Tasmania Forecast

  • Tuesday Showers, mild in the southwest. Mostly cloudy, mild in the southeast. Mostly sunny, cool-to-mild in the northwest. Late shower, cool in the northeast.

  • Wednesday Windy, warm in the southwest. Mostly sunny, very warm in the southeast. Mostly sunny, cool-to-mild in the north.

  • Thursday Windy, mild in the southwest. Windy on the highlands. Mostly sunny, mild in the southeast. Mostly sunny, mild-to-warm in the north.

  • Friday Mostly cloudy, very warm in the southwest. Mostly sunny, very warm in the southeast. Mostly cloudy, cool-to-mild in the northwest. Clearing shower, mild in the northeast.

Tas Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Sat 21/11 Sun 22/11 Mon 23/11

14.7°C

Devonport Ap
Avg: Rec:
Hottest

25.6°C

Ouse
Avg: Rec:

24.6°C

Strahan Ap
Avg: Rec:

26.7°C

Ouse
Avg: Rec:

34.8°C

Scotts Peak Dam
Avg: Rec:

3.5°C

Mt Wellington
Avg: Rec:
Coldest

6.6°C

Mount Read
Avg: Rec:

4.8°C

Grove
Avg: Rec:
 

-3.4°C

Liawenee
Avg: Rec:

WSW 33km/h

Mt Hartz
Windiest

79km/h

Cape Grim

59km/h

Cape Grim

75km/h

Cape Grim
-
no rain last hr Wettest

1.4mm

Quamby Bluff
Avg: Rec:
- -

12.6mm

Loongana
Avg: Rec:
- -
 

56.2mm

Lake Margaret Dam
Avg: Rec:
- -
Tasmania's Records for November
Max Min Rain
Highest 38.5°C at
Hobart Ap in 1966
Lowest -1.7°C at
Mt Wellington in 1963
Highest 20.6°C at
Maydena in 1969
Lowest -6.8°C at
Liawenee in 2008
Highest 125.0mm at
Hastings in 1953

Tasmania Daily Summaries

Tuesday November 24, 2020
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Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am
°C °C °C °C mm
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