Great Southern Weather

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showers

Tuesday Partly cloudy. The chance of morning fog. Medium chance of showers in the SW, most likely in the morning and early afternoon. Near zero chance of rain elsewhere. Light winds becoming W 15 to 25 km/h in the morning then tending SW 20 to 30 km/h in the middle of the day.

fog then sunny

Wednesday Becoming cloudy. The chance of morning fog. Light winds becoming S 15 to 20 km/h in the middle of the day then becoming light in the early afternoon.

fog then sunny

Thursday Partly cloudy. The chance of morning fog. Light winds.

showers

Friday Partly cloudy. Slight chance of a shower in the SW in the evening. Near zero chance of rain elsewhere. Light winds becoming N 25 to 35 km/h during the morning.

Issued Mon 08:25 WST

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Great Southern Weather Forecasts

station
forecast min max chance of rain rain amount frost risk 9am 3pm
wind rh wind rh
°C °C km/h % km/h %
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
6 16 80% 1-5mm Nil - - - -
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
7 16 80% 1-5mm Nil - - - -
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
6 16 70% < 1mm Nil - - - -
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
7 16 70% 1-5mm Nil NNE 17 71 N 25 45
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
7 15 70% 5-10mm Nil NNE 22 75 N 27 50
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
7 15 80% 1-5mm Nil NNE 20 75 NNE 26 47
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
7 16 70% 1-5mm Nil NNE 19 76 NNE 25 47
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
7 17 60% 1-5mm Nil NNE 19 81 - -
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
6 17 70% 1-5mm Nil - - - -
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
5 17 60% < 1mm Slight NNE 17 80 NNE 24 47
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
7 16 80% 1-5mm Nil - - - -
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
7 16 80% 1-5mm Nil - - - -
mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
5 17 70% 1-5mm Slight NE 15 81 NNE 19 51

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Mountainous surf

12:14 AEST Massive waves reaching nearly 6 metres impacted the NSW coast on Sunday, with damaging waves continuing to impact the central coastline on Monday.  A Tasman Low is behind mammouth southeasterly swell along the eastern seaboard and it’s not going anywhere fast, with the large waves set to continue until mid-week.  The satellite images below show cloud swirling in a clockwise direction around the Tasman Low just to the northwest of New Zealand.

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