Australian Weather

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Adelaide 18.8°C
SSW 12km/h
NNE 33km/h
Brisbane Ap 29.5°C
Broome Ap 31.0°C
S 14km/h
N 18km/h
Cairns Ap 31.5°C
WNW 61km/h
Canberra Ap 16.1°C
WNW 22km/h
Darwin Ap 26.1°C
SE 22km/h
Hobart 16.4°C
Melbourne 20.3°C
S 24km/h
Perth 26.2°C
S 3km/h
E 20km/h
Sydney 26.2°C
NE 25km/h
Townsville Ap 33.8°C

current extremes current extremes

Hottest
39.6°C
Coldest
6.0°C
Windiest
Canberra Ap, NSW/ACT
WNW 61km/h
Wettest
Sale Ap, Vic
6.4mm last hr

forecast summary current national summary

A low pressure system along with associated troughs and onshore winds across the east are bringing widespread showers and storms to southeast QLD, NSW, VIC and TAS. A broad low pressure trough is generating showers and storms across northern QLD, the NT and WA.

forecast summary capital cities

Sydney 21°C 28°C Possible thunderstorm
Melbourne 18°C 21°C Possible thunderstorm
Brisbane 24°C 33°C Possible thunderstorm
Perth 18°C 31°C Sunny
Adelaide 16°C 23°C Clearing shower
Canberra 15°C 27°C Thunderstorms
Hobart 14°C 18°C Rain
Darwin 27°C 32°C Possible thunderstorm

current warnings most recent warnings

NSW/ACT - Mon 12:31 EDT
Severe Thunderstorm Warning - Canberra

NSW/ACT - Mon 12:29 EDT
Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Vic - Mon 12:13 EDT
Severe Thunderstorm Warning

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Jumpers and raincoats needed for Melbourne & Adelaide

16:47 AEDT Temperatures well below average are forecast for Melbourne and Adelaide over the coming days, with some drizzly rain also adding to the chill factor.   Daytime temperatures are only expected to reach a top of 21 degrees on Monday in Melbourne, as a trough residing over the region keeps skies overcast and some possibly strong southerly winds persist throughout the day.

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