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Adelaide 18/37
cloud increasing
possible thunderstorm
Brisbane 21/30
Broome 27/34
possible thunderstorm
possible shower
Cairns 23/33
Canberra 13/29
mostly sunny
possible thunderstorm
Darwin 26/31
Hobart 13/17
drizzle clearing
increasing sunshine
Melbourne 16/23
Perth 18/28
increasing sunshine
clearing shower
Sydney 20/27
possible thunderstorm
Townsville 25/33

current extremes current extremes

Hottest
31.7°C
Coldest
Mt Read, Tas
4.2°C
Windiest
NW 55km/h
Wettest
Nambour, Qld
3.2mm last hr

forecast summary current national summary

A trough over NSW and inland QLD is producing a few showers and thunderstorms. A separate trough over much of WA is also producing widespread thundery showers. A region of low pressure over the NT is triggering isolated heavy showers and thunderstorms.

forecast summary capital cities

Sydney 20°C 27°C Clearing shower
Melbourne 16°C 23°C Increasing sunshine
Brisbane 21°C 30°C Possible thunderstorm
Perth 18°C 28°C Increasing sunshine
Adelaide 18°C 37°C Cloud increasing
Canberra 13°C 29°C Mostly sunny
Hobart 13°C 17°C Drizzle clearing
Darwin 26°C 31°C Possible thunderstorm

current warnings most recent warnings

NSW/ACT - Fri 09:21 EDT
Flood Warning - Paroo River

WA - Fri 04:00 WST
Coastal Wind Warning

SA - Fri 05:53 CDT
Coastal Wind Warning

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Cricket returns to SA as weekly heat cycle breaks

14:31 EDT On each of the last three Saturdays much of South Australia heated up to near 40 degrees, leading to cancellations of suburban and country cricket but now the heat cycle is breaking, allowing games to go ahead this weekend.

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