Australian Weather

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Hottest
37.7°C
Coldest
Mt Read, Tas
6.3°C
Windiest
SSE 55km/h
Wettest
no rain last hr

forecast summary current national summary

Showery southerly winds are triggering showers along the NSW and QLD coast. A low pressure trough and cold front is moving over WA, bringing showers and the odd thunderstorm. A weak trough inland is bringing virtually no rain. Skies are clearer elsewhere under high pressure.

forecast summary capital cities

Sydney 17°C 20°C Possible shower
Melbourne 11°C 18°C Mostly sunny
Brisbane 17°C 27°C Mostly sunny
Perth 14°C 26°C Mostly sunny
Adelaide 11°C 24°C Sunny
Canberra 8°C 19°C Mostly sunny
Hobart 10°C 18°C Mostly sunny
Darwin 22°C 34°C Mostly sunny

current warnings most recent warnings

NSW/ACT - Fri 10:26 EST
Coastal Wind Warning

Qld - Fri 10:23 EST
Coastal Strong Wind/Gale Warning

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Warm end to autumn may feel quite mild

13:21 AEST The latest seasonal outlooks issued by the Bureau of Meteorology on Thursday shows that days and nights are likely to be warmer than usual for most of Australia during May.

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