Australian Weather

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Hottest
Fowlers Gap, NSW/ACT
32.6°C
Coldest
13.6°C
Windiest
NNE 51km/h
Wettest
Broome, WA
22.0mm last hr

forecast summary current national summary

The monsoon trough is producing rain and storms in the tropical north, heaviest in QLD. Troughs and a front are causing showers and storms, some severe, over SA, TAS, VIC, and NSW. Moist winds are bringing a few showers to the northern NSW and QLD coasts.

forecast summary capital cities

Sydney 21°C 29°C Mostly sunny
Melbourne 25°C 32°C Possible thunderstorm
Brisbane 21°C 30°C Clearing shower
Perth 17°C 35°C Sunny
Adelaide 20°C 27°C Clearing shower
Canberra 15°C 29°C Possible thunderstorm
Hobart 20°C 26°C Showers
Darwin 26°C 31°C Possible thunderstorm

current warnings most recent warnings

NSW/ACT - Fri 10:20 EDT
Coastal Wind Warning

Vic - Fri 10:20 EDT
Severe Thunderstorm Warning

NSW/ACT - Fri 10:15 EDT
Flood Warning - Culgoa, Bokhara, Narran

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Victorians brace for more thunderstorms, heavy rain and flash floods as wild weather continues

ABC image 22:35 AEDT More wild weather will lash Victoria on Friday, with showers and thunderstorms expected across large parts of the state.  A severe thunderstorm warning was issued shortly after 9am for parts of the Central and South West districts, which includes regional centres such as Colac, Ballarat, Bacchus Marsh and Geelong.

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