Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Daily Weather Review for South Australia
Issued at 4:30 pm CST on Wednesday 23 July 2014.
A low over the Bight and associated trough have dominated the weather over South Australia today. A rainband ahead of the trough has brought areas of rain to western and central parts. Showers developed west of the rainband, and there were also isolated thunderstorms on Eyre Peninsula associated with the passage of the trough. Minimum temperatures were all above average, particularly in the north and west of the state.
Highest rainfall in the 24 hours to 9am was 12 mm at Mulgathing.
The overnight minimum temperature range was from 0.3 degrees at Coonawarra to 16.0 degrees at Oodnadatta.
The daytime highest temperatures recorded to 4pm ranged from 9.9 degrees at Eudunda to 26.4 degrees at Oodnadatta.
Today's Weather for South Australia to 4pm
|Highest Maximum Temperatures||Lowest Minimum Temperatures|
|Oodnadatta||26.4 C||Coonawarra||0.3 C|
|Marree Airport||21.6 C||Mount Gambier Airport||0.9 C|
|Moomba||20.9 C||Robe||2.7 C|
|Lowest Maximum Temperatures||Highest Minimum Temperatures|
|Eudunda||9.9 C||Oodnadatta||16.0 C|
|Mount Gambier||11.3 C||Marree Comparison||16.0 C|
|Mount Lofty||11.3 C||Neptune Island||14.0 C|
|Port Lincoln Airport||8.0 mm|
|Cape Borda||5.4 mm|
Today's Weather to 4pm
|Maximum Temperature||16 C at 11:19 am|
|Minimum Temperature||12 C at 7:45 pm|
|Month to date||71 mm|
|Average for July||76 mm|
|Year to date||418 mm|
|Average January to end of July||317 mm|
The next routine update will be issued at 4:30 pm CST Thursday.