South Australia Forecast

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Forecast issued at 5:30 am CDT on Sunday 5 February 2023.

Weather Situation

A high pressure system will move to a position south of the Bight today before moving east to be over the Tasman Sea on Monday. Another high pressure system in the west is expected to move to south of the Bight on Tuesday. A trough of low pressure moving into the far northeast of the State on Tuesday.

Forecast for the rest of Sunday

Dry. Possible early morning fog about the agricultural area. Generally mild to warm with moderate southeast to easterly winds, locally fresh with afternoon sea breezes.

Monday 6 February

Dry, apart from a chance of afternoon showers or thunderstorms in the far northeast. Mild to warm in the south, warm to hot in the north. Southeast to easterly winds, locally fresh with afternoon sea breezes.

Tuesday 7 February

Dry, apart from a chance of showers or thunderstorms in the far northeast. Mild to warm in the south, warm to hot in the north. Southeast to easterly winds, locally fresh with afternoon sea breezes.

Wednesday 8 February

Dry apart from showers and possible thunderstorms in the far northeast. Mild to warm in the south, warm to hot in the north and west. Southeast to northeasterly winds, locally fresh with afternoon sea breezes. Cumulative rainfall totals until the end of Wednesday are expected 2 to 10 mm about the far northeast with local falls of 10 to 30 mm with thunderstorms.

Thursday until Saturday

Generally dry, showers and thunderstorms clearing for the far northeast. Warm to hot, reaching very hot in the northwest. Southeast to northeasterly winds, locally fresh with afternoon sea breezes.

The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm CDT Sunday.

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