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Thursday 23 March 2017-World Meteorological Day

THEME:Understanding Clouds: Enhancing Weather Early Warning

Warm and moist easterly air mass is affecting weather over most parts of the country. Therefore, expect partly cloudy conditions with scattered rain showers which will be locally heavy over lakeshore areas.

Flash floods safety tips: Never drive through a flooded road or bridge. Back up and try a different route. In many cases, it takes far less than 30cm of water to incapacitate a vehicle. It may stall, leaving you stranded, and depending on the level of water, you may not be able to open a door..Read more 

Area

Expected  AM / PM 

Temperature (°C)

min max
Shire Valley
24 34
Southern Highlands 19 27
Central Areas 18 26
Lakeshore Areas 22 30
Northern Areas

18 27
Winds: Generally easterlies and gusty in stormy areas

 

 

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Seasonal forecast for 2016-2017:
Generally normal to above normal total rainfall amounts over greater part of the country by the end of the season
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