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Official Bureau of Meteorology for South Australian weather information. Always check for the latest warnings.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 22
Yesterday in was gloomy with a maximum temperature of only 14.2 degrees, but that was yesterday and today we are heading for a maximum of 19 degrees with sunshine 🌞 - and lots of it !!
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Aug 21
We've seen wetter than average conditions in the far south of Australia in the past few weeks, but drier conditions further north. This pattern is associated with a negative phase of the – or SAM. So what is SAM? Find out more at:
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 21
Cool and cloudy but remaining dry for the street party this afternoon. Tomorrow a chance of morning fog then mild and sunny for the start of races at then showers developing Saturday. More forecast details here:
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 21
What a difference the ranges make. 10-20 mm on the Adelaide Plains Vs 20-50 mm in the Mount Lofty Ranges over the last 7 days. More rainfall maps to explore here:
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 21
With 41.8 mm so far this month, Adelaide needs another 20 mm over the next 10 days to reach our August average of 61.8 mm. Our year-to-date total is 265.8 mm, well short of the average Jan-Aug rainfall of 376.1 mm. This info is on our daily weather review:
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 21
Catch climatologist, Darren Ray, on with tonight for a look at the what the recent conditions and the outlook means for the farming community.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 20
Rainfall in the 24hrs to 9am this morning was generally <1mm for the Adelaide plains, and 2-5mm in the Mount Lofty Ranges. Ashton and Cherryville were the standout figures with 13.4mm and 12.6mm respectively. Rainfall for SA:
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 19
A Road Weather Alert has been issued for the Adelaide Hills for overnight and Wednesday morning. .
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 19
Cool today with isolated showers continuing over southern parts of , more likely about the Mount Lofty Ranges and the Lower South East. 15°C the maximum for , currently 12°C in the city.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 18
Yesterday's cold blast produced small hail across parts of Adelaide and even some flurries of snow in the Adelaide Hills with Mount Lofty's temperature plummeting to just 1°C during the afternoon. Pictures of hail in Kidman Park.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 18
Interested in hearing more about climate extremes in SA? Our resident climatologist, Darren Ray, and State Manager, John Nairn, will be speaking as part of a panel on climate drivers at Flinders University (City Campus) tomorrow evening. Event details:
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 18
24hr rainfall map to 9am shows 15-30mm over the Mount Lofty Ranges, 5-15mm around the metro, and around 2-10mm over the remainder of the Agricultural area. See the rainfall map at
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 17
A Road Weather Alert has been issued for the . Showers with small hail in the area are likely to result in slippery roads, making driving conditions dangerous.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 17
Feeling cold? Not surprised. Adelaide's temperature plummeted 5°C with today's cold front - dropping from 12.3°C at 11.32am to just 7.2°C half and hour later.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 17
Many reports of hail around the Adelaide area this morning. Here's some footage sent to us from one of our team (). More showers and possible small to come this afternoon for .
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 17
A Severe Weather Warning for has been issued for parts of the Kangaroo Island, Mount Lofty Ranges, Murraylands, Upper and Lower South East districts for wind gusts in excess of 90 km/h, mostly associated with showers and thunderstorms.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 16
Heading to for the game this afternoon conditions looking good with light to moderate northerly winds and the temperature around 18C for kick off and 15C at the final siren, though some high cloud drifting in may make it feel a bit cooler.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 14
Don't be fooled into thinking spring has come early with the warm conditions today. We will soon be reminded that winter is not done yet. A significant cold front on Sunday will produce showers, small hail and strong southwesterly winds, and drop temperatures by around 5 °C.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 13
Not so cold this morning in , so it should be a little easier to get out of bed. Heading for a sunny top of 17°C.
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Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia Aug 12
A Frost Warning has been issued for Wednesday morning for the Mid North and Riverland districts.
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