South Australia Forecast

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Forecast issued at 5:30 am CDT on Saturday 25 February 2017.

Weather Situation

A 1030 hPa high pressure system centred west of Tasmania will move east to be over the Tasman Sea on Sunday. A trough over the eastern states will move westwards over the north of SA early next week.

Forecast for the rest of Saturday

Fine apart from the slight chance of a light morning shower about southern coasts. Mild in the south grading to warm to hot in the north. Moderate to fresh south to southeasterly winds.

Sunday 26 February

Fine. Mild to warm in the south grading to hot in the north. Light to moderate south to southeasterly winds and fresh coastal sea breezes, tending easterly in the far west.

Monday 27 February

Fine apart from the chance of early morning fog patches about Kangaroo Island and the southern Mt Lofty Ranges. Warm near southern coasts, grading to hot elsewhere. Light to moderate southeast to northeast winds and moderate afternoon coastal sea breezes.

Tuesday 28 February

A slight chance of a shower in the far northeast during the afternoon and evening. Warm near southern coasts, grading to hot elsewhere and very hot in the far northeast. Light to moderate southeast to northeast winds and moderate to fresh afternoon coastal sea breezes. Cumulative rainfall totals until midnight Tuesday are expected to be less than 1 mm.

Wednesday until Friday

Fine. Hot in the south grading to very hot in the north and west. Moderate southeast to northeast winds.

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

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