Western Australian Weather

WA
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Current Warnings
 

Western Australia Forecast

  • Thursday Showers, cool-to-mild in the southwest. Windy, cool-to-mild in the south. Mostly sunny, hot in the north.

  • Friday Showers, cool-to-cold in the southwest. Windy with showers, cool-to-cold in the south. Showers easing, cool-to-mild in the northwest. Sunny, very warm in the northeast.

  • Saturday Showers, cool-to-cold in the southwest. Showers/storms, cold in the south. Mostly cloudy, cool-to-cold in the northwest. Mostly sunny, very warm in the northeast.

  • Sunday Showers, cool-to-cold in the southwest. Showers/storms, cold in the south. Sunny, hot in the north.

WA Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Mon 26/07 Tue 27/07 Wed 28/07

26.9°C

Cocos Island Ap
Avg: Rec:
Hottest

36.4°C

Kalumburu
Avg: Rec:

35.2°C

Warmun
Avg: Rec:

36.1°C

Wyndham Airport
Avg: Rec:

38.1°C

Kalumburu
Avg: Rec:

4.9°C

Red Rocks Point
Avg: Rec:
Coldest

3.0°C

Pemberton
Avg: Rec:

1.2°C

Pingelly
Avg: Rec:
 

-4.8°C

Eyre
Avg: Rec:

WNW 72km/h

Cape Leeuwin
Windiest

135km/h

Cape Leeuwin

94km/h

Albany Airport

116km/h

Cape Leeuwin
-

2.0mm last hr

Pearce
Avg: Rec:
Wettest

81.0mm

Mount William
Avg: Rec:

23.4mm

North Walpole
Avg: Rec:
 

88.4mm

Cocos Island Ap
Avg: Rec:
Western Australia's Records for July
Max Min Rain
Highest 38.3°C at
Kalumburu in 2016
Lowest 0.0°C at
Wongan Hills in 2013
Highest 27.1°C at
Cocos Island Ap in 2016
Lowest -6.7°C at
Booylgoo Spring in 1969
Highest 320.6mm at
Bickley in 1996

Western Australia Daily Summaries

Thursday July 29, 2021
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Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am
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