Victorian Weather

Vic
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Current Warnings
 

Victoria Forecast

  • Thursday Late showers, cold in the southwest. Mostly sunny, cool-to-cold in the southeast. Mostly sunny, cool-to-cold in the northwest. Fog then sunny, cold in the northeast. Windy on the Alps.

  • Friday Mostly sunny, cold in the south. Mostly sunny, cool-to-cold in the northwest. Fog then sunny, cold in the northeast.

  • Saturday Windy, cool-to-cold in the southwest. Sunny, cool-to-cold in the southeast. Sunny, cool-to-cold in the northwest. Fog then sunny, cold in the northeast. Windy on the Alps.

  • Sunday Clearing shower, cold in the southwest. Mostly sunny, cool-to-cold in the southeast. Mostly sunny, cool-to-cold in the northwest. Showers, cold in the northeast.

Vic Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Mon 15/07 Tue 16/07 Wed 17/07

11.3°C

Wilsons Promontory
Avg: Rec:
Hottest

15.7°C

Ouyen
Avg: Rec:

16.1°C

Lakes Entrance
Avg: Rec:

16.0°C

Mildura
Avg: Rec:

21.3°C

Mildura
Avg: Rec:

-4.3°C

Mt Hotham
Avg: Rec:
Coldest

-4.3°C

Mt Hotham
Avg: Rec:

-3.5°C

Mt Hotham
Avg: Rec:
 

-6.8°C

Mt Hotham
Avg: Rec:

WSW 55km/h

Hogan Island
Windiest

112km/h

Hogan Island

98km/h

Hogan Island

112km/h

Hogan Island
-
no rain last hr Wettest

34.8mm

Mt Baw Baw
Avg: Rec:

16.0mm

Traralgon Creek
Avg: Rec:
- -
 

83.7mm

Rocky Valley
Avg: Rec:
Victoria's Records for July
Max Min Rain
Highest 29.4°C at
Mildura in 1892
Lowest -6.6°C at
Mt Hotham in 2004
Highest 16.0°C at
Ouyen in 1975
Lowest -10.2°C at
Mt Buller in 1986
Highest 172.7mm at
Orbost in 1925

Victoria Rainfall Bulletin

Thursday July 18, 2019
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Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
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