Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Daily Weather Review for South Australia
Issued at 4:30 pm CDT on Saturday 25 October 2014.
A high pressure system centred west of Tasmania extended a ridge over the south of South Australia. A weak trough extended across the north from a low centred over the south of New South Wales. Areas of fog and low cloud occurred about coastal districts this morning under the influence of the ridge and there was also some patchy drizzle about the Lower South East coast and Kangaroo Island. There were isolated thunderstorms in the north and west, mainly during the early morning and again in the afternoon. Maximum and minimum temperatures were mostly 3 to 5 degrees above average in the south and 5 to 10 degrees above average in the north.
Highest rainfall in the 24 hours to 9am was 0.2 mm at Cape Borda.
The overnight minimum temperature range was from 8 degrees at Coles Point to 27 degrees at Moomba.
The daytime highest temperatures recorded to 4pm ranged from 17 degrees at Robe to 43 degrees at Moomba.
Today's Weather for South Australia to 4pm
|Highest Maximum Temperatures||Lowest Minimum Temperatures|
|Moomba||43 C||Coles Point||8 C|
|Oodnadatta||42 C||Ceduna||9 C|
|Marla||41 C||Murray Bridge||9 C|
|Lowest Maximum Temperatures||Highest Minimum Temperatures|
|Robe||17 C||Moomba||27 C|
|Cape Willoughby||17 C||Oodnadatta||25 C|
|Parawa||18 C||Marla||24 C|
Today's Weather to 4pm
|Maximum Temperature||25.5 C at 12:09 pm|
|Minimum Temperature||15.5 C at 6:22 am|
|Month to date||0.6 mm|
|Average for October||43 mm|
|Year to date||499 mm|
|Average January to end of October||489 mm|
The next routine update will be issued at 4:30 pm CDT Sunday.