No warnings for South Australia
Forecast issued at 5:30 am CDT on Tuesday 28 February 2017.
A high pressure system centred over the Tasman Sea will continue to move eastwards. A new high pressure system will develop well south of the Bight mid-week, then will move southeastwards late in the week.
Forecast for the rest of Tuesday
Dry apart from a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms in the far northeast of the State. Generally hot grading to very hot in the far northeast. Light to moderate southeast to northeast winds and moderate to fresh afternoon coastal sea breezes.
Wednesday 1 March
Dry. Hot in the south grading to very hot in the north and west. Moderate southeast to northeast winds and afternoon sea breezes.
Thursday 2 March
Dry. Hot to very hot with mainly light to moderate southeasterly winds and afternoon sea breezes.
Friday 3 March
Dry. Hot to very hot with mainly light to moderate southeasterly winds and afternoon sea breezes. Rainfall with the thunderstorms in the far northeast on Tuesday afternoon are expected to be negligible with no rainfall expected elsewhere across the State through until midnight Friday.
Saturday until Monday
Remaining warm to hot and dry through the weekend with light to moderate south to southeasterly winds and afternoon sea breezes.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm CDT Tuesday.