Victorian Weather

Current Warnings
 

Victoria Forecast

  • Thursday Sunny, hot in the south. Mostly sunny, hot in the north.

  • Friday Late shower, hot in the southwest. Mostly sunny, hot in the southeast. Mostly sunny, hot in the north.

  • Saturday Showers, cool-to-mild in the southwest. Late shower, hot in the southeast. Showers/storms, hot in the northwest. Mostly sunny, hot in the northeast. Windy on the Alps.

  • Sunday Showers easing, cool-to-cold in the south. Mostly sunny, cool-to-mild in the northwest. Clearing shower, warm in the northeast.

Vic Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Mon 27/01 Tue 28/01 Wed 29/01

27.5°C

Cape Otway
Avg: Rec:
Hottest

35.7°C

Rutherglen
Avg: Rec:

35.8°C

Walpeup
Avg: Rec:

37.0°C

Mildura
Avg: Rec:

45.6°C

Rutherglen
Avg: Rec:

8.8°C

Coldstream Comparison
Avg: Rec:
- -
Coldest

7.2°C

Mortlake
Avg: Rec:

7.7°C

Casterton
Avg: Rec:
 

0.0°C

Mt Baw Baw
Avg: Rec:

NNW 35km/h

Mt Hotham
Windiest

48km/h

Omeo

55km/h

Wilsons Promontory

48km/h

Wilsons Promontory
-
no rain last hr Wettest

0.0mm

Hogan Island
Avg: Rec:

0.2mm

Boonah
Avg: Rec:
- -
 

523.4mm

Orbost
Avg: Rec:
Victoria's Records for January
Max Min Rain
Highest 47.2°C at
Mildura in 1939
Lowest 0.6°C at
Mt Hotham in 2012
Highest 36.9°C at
Warragul Vcah in 1964
Lowest -3.9°C at
Falls Creek in 1994
Highest 237.0mm at
Gabo Island in 1999

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Weather News

Driving in heatwaves: Why the temperature on your car dashboard is different to BOM

07:20 EDT

Most Australians know the feeling of opening the car door after it has been parked in the sun on a hot day, and the rush of heat that smacks you in the face.

High temperatures and increased fire danger forecast for all of Victoria until Sunday

05:21 EDT

A heatwave moving towards Victoria from Western Australia will see temperatures rise across the state ahead of increasing fire danger on Friday.

Flooding rain continues in Queensland

14:22 EDT

Rain and thunderstorms have continued to soak northern Queensland during the last 24 hours, with central Australia next in line.