Forecast issued at 5:30 am CST on Wednesday 22 May 2013.
A low 1005 hPa over Eyre Peninsula will move eastwards reaching western New South Wales this afternoon. A high will move over the Bight on Friday.
Forecast for the rest of Wednesday
Patchy rain east of about Hawker to Kingscote, contracting east and clearing during the day. Isolated showers otherwise, increasing to scattered over south-central parts in the late afternoon or evening. Cool with moderate northeast to northwest winds in the east, turning southwest to southeast during the day. Fresh to strong south to southwesterly winds in the west.
Thursday 23 May
Isolated showers contracting to the coasts by evening. Showers increasing to scattered in the Riverland and southeast of the North East Pastoral district in the morning. Cool with moderate southerly winds.
Friday 24 May
Possible early morning fog south of about Woomera to Yunta. The chance of isolated showers about the agricultural area and West Coast district. Cool with light to moderate southwest to southeasterly winds.
Saturday 25 May
Possible early morning fog about the agricultural area and southern Pastoral districts. Possible isolated showers about southern coasts and the southeast. Cool with mostly light winds. Cumulative rainfall totals from Wednesday morning to midnight Saturday are expected to be 5 to 15 mm east of about Hawker to Kingscote, except over the southeast where falls of less than 5 mm are expected. Falls of less than 5 mm are also expected over the remainder.
Sunday until Tuesday
Fine apart from possible isolated showers about Kangaroo Island, the Fleurieu Peninsula and the South East on Sunday. Cool to mild with generally light variable winds, becoming light to moderate northerly in the west on Sunday and extending throughout on Monday.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm CST Wednesday.