Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Daily Weather Review for South Australia
Issued at 4:56 pm CDT on Sunday 9 March 2014.
A high pressure system in the Tasman Sea directed a hot north to northeasterly airstream over the state today. Afternoon sea breezes occurred about coastal parts while a trough of low pressure moved over the far west. Isolated thunderstorms were observed over the far northeast of the state while conditions remained dry elsewhere. Maximum temperatures were generally well above average.
Highest rainfall in the 24 hours to 9am was 0.2 mm at Ernabella.
The overnight minimum temperature range was from 9 degrees at Kingscote Airport to 26 degrees at Marree.
The daytime highest temperatures recorded to 4pm ranged from 24 degrees at Neptune Island to 39 degrees at Ceduna.
Today's Weather for South Australia to 4pm
|Highest Maximum Temperatures||Lowest Minimum Temperatures|
|Ceduna||39 C||Kingscote Airport||9 C|
|Port Augusta||39 C||Coonawarra||10 C|
|Moomba||39 C||Victor Harbor||10 C|
|Lowest Maximum Temperatures||Highest Minimum Temperatures|
|Neptune Island||24 C||Marree||26 C|
|Robe||26 C||Moomba||25 C|
|Cape Borda||27 C||Andamooka||24 C|
Today's Weather to 4pm
|Maximum Temperature||36 C at 2:41 pm|
|Minimum Temperature||19 C at 3:10 am|
|Month to date||0.0 mm|
|Average for March||24.9 mm|
|Year to date||108.4 mm|
|Average January to end of March||57.9 mm|
The next routine update will be issued at 4:30 pm CDT Monday.