No warnings for South Australia
Forecast issued at 5:30 am CDT on Saturday 7 March 2015.
A middle-level cloud band will persist over the west and north of the State until Sunday. A slow moving high southwest of Perth will extend a ridge of high pressure over South Australia over the next several days. A cold front will move over the southeast of the State during Monday morning.
Forecast for the rest of Saturday
The slight chance of patchy light rain over the far northwest. The slight chance of showers about southern coasts and ranges. Fine over the remainder. Cool to mild in the south, warm to hot in the north. Light to moderate west to southwesterly winds, tending southerly in the west and north.
Sunday 8 March
The chance of morning showers about southern coasts and ranges, fine elsewhere. Mild in the south, warm to hot in the north. Light to moderate northwest to southwesterly winds.
Monday 9 March
Showers extending over the southern agricultural area and West Coast district, most likely about southern coasts and ranges and the Lower South East, clearing by late evening. Mild in the south, warm to hot in the north. Moderate south to southwesterly winds.
Tuesday 10 March
Slight chance of morning showers about the far west coast. Fine elsewhere. Cool to mild in the south, warm to hot in the north. Moderate to fresh southeast to southwesterly winds. Cumulative rainfall totals until midnight Tuesday are expected to be 1 to 4 mm about southern coastal districts and less than 1 mm elsewhere.
Wednesday until Friday
Showers developing about the Lower South East coast on Wednesday then extending over remaining southern coasts, the gulf coasts and western coasts on Thursday. The slight chance of showers about the Lower South East coast on Friday. Cool to mild in the south, warm to hot in the north. Moderate to fresh southeast to southwesterly winds.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm CDT Saturday.