No warnings for South Australia
Forecast issued at 4:30 pm CST on Saturday 29 April 2017.
A high 1026 hPa in the Bight will move eastwards to be over the Tasman Sea on Sunday night. A cold front will reach southern coasts Monday morning, then extend through the agricultural area and into the south of the Pastoral districts by late evening. Another high will become centred south of the Bight on Tuesday.
Forecast for the rest of Saturday
A slight to medium chance of showers over Lower Eyre Peninsula, the Lower South East and remaining southern coastal areas. Mainly light southwest to southeasterly winds.
Sunday 30 April
Morning fog patches over the agricultural area. A slight chance of showers over the southern agricultural area and Murraylands, increasing to a medium to high chance about Kangaroo Island, the Lower South East district and remaining southern coastal areas. Cool to mild with light and variable winds tending light to moderate northwesterly in the south during the day, fresh at times about southern coasts.
Monday 1 May
A slight to medium chance of showers extending across the agricultural area, West Coast district and into the southern parts of the Pastoral districts during the day. Showers increasing to a high to very high chance about the southern agricultural area. Cool to mild with light winds, tending moderate northwest in the south, ahead of a cool to cold, moderate to fresh southerly change extending over the south of the State during the day, extending into the south of the Pastoral districts during the evening.
Tuesday 2 May
A slight to medium chance of showers south of about Broken Hill to Coober Pedy, increasing to a medium to high chance about coasts areas. Cool to mild with generally light to moderate south to southeasterly winds.
Wednesday 3 May
Slight chance of a shower about the southern and western coasts. Cool to mild with light to moderate southeast winds. Cumulative rainfall totals until midnight Wednesday are expected to be less than 2 mm, increasing to 2 to 10 mm about the southern agricultural area and northern Spencer Gulf coasts. Local falls reaching 10 to 15 mm about the Mount Lofty Ranges.
Thursday until Saturday
Slight chance of a shower about Kangaroo Island and the far south of Eyre, Yorke and Fleurieu Peninsulas on Thursday, then re-developing south of about Keith on Saturday. Cool to mild with mainly light winds, becoming light to moderate southeasterly on Saturday.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:30 am CST Sunday.