Forecast issued at 4:30 pm CST on Friday 1 August 2014.
A high over the western Bight will move over South Australia on Saturday and Victoria on Sunday. A ridge of high pressure will persist over southern SA through the early part of next week.
Forecast for the rest of Friday
Isolated showers over the southeastern districts, with possible showers south of about Adelaide until early evening, all clearing this evening. Possible thunderstorms and small hail over the southeast until evening. Becoming cold and clear overnight with light winds.
Saturday 2 August
Fine apart from possible isolated afternoon showers about the Lower South East district, mainly closer to the coast. A cold to very cold morning with widespread of frost. Cool to mild during the day with mainly light winds.
Sunday 3 August
Fine apart from possible isolated afternoon showers over the far west of the West Coast District. A cold to very cold morning with areas of frost. Cool to mild during the day with mostly light winds.
Monday 4 August
Fine. A cold morning with areas of frost. Cool to mild during the day with mainly light winds tending southeasterly later.
Tuesday 5 August
A cold morning with areas of frost. Isolated showers developing over the far southern coasts, possibly extending over Kangaroo Island and the Upper South East district by the end of the day. Possible isolated showers developing in the far north of the North East Pastoral district. Cool to mild with light to moderate southeasterly winds. Cumulative rainfall totals from Friday afternoon to midnight Tuesday are expected to less than 2 mm.
Wednesday until Friday
A chance of showers persisting in the far northeast and along the southern coasts. Fine elsewhere. Generally mild with light to moderate southeast to easterly winds.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:30 am CST Saturday.