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Adelaide 16/28
increasing sunshine
mostly sunny
Brisbane 21/31
Broome 26/33
possible thunderstorm
possible shower
Cairns 24/32
Canberra 11/28
cloudy
possible thunderstorm
Darwin 26/31
Hobart 12/19
clearing shower
increasing sunshine
Melbourne 15/22
Perth 17/31
mostly sunny
sunny
Sydney 18/28
possible shower
Townsville 25/34

current extremes current extremes

Hottest
43.2°C
Coldest
Mt Read, Tas
7.5°C
Windiest
NNW 46km/h
Wettest
10.0mm last hr

forecast summary current national summary

A broad upper trough stretching across the south is only producing the odd shower and storm. A surface trough is causing showers and storms in QLD and the tropics whilst directing heat over QLD. A pair of high pressure ridges are clearing southwest WA. and northeast NSW.

forecast summary capital cities

Sydney 18°C 28°C Sunny
Melbourne 15°C 22°C Increasing sunshine
Brisbane 21°C 31°C Mostly sunny
Perth 17°C 31°C Mostly sunny
Adelaide 16°C 28°C Increasing sunshine
Canberra 11°C 28°C Cloudy
Hobart 12°C 19°C Clearing shower
Darwin 26°C 31°C Possible thunderstorm

current warnings most recent warnings

WA - Tue 12:24 WST
Severe Thunderstorm Warning

WA - Tue 10:57 WST
Flood Warning - Greenough River Catchment

WA - Tue 10:00 WST
Coastal Wind Warning

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Inland NSW and QLD sweat through an early autumn heatwave

14:40 EDT Parts of southwest QLD and northwest NSW have seen and will see some very hot temperatures considering the summer season is over.

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