Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Daily Weather Review for South Australia
Issued at 4:30 pm CST on Sunday 23 April 2017.
The thunderstorms producing heavy rainfall over parts of the Flinders and the Pastoral districts had ceased yesterday evening. A high pressure ridge is lying over the waters south of South Australia, directing a generally easterly air stream over South Australia. There are quite isolated showers over South Australia today with the rather high moisture level across the State, but showers around northern Spencer Gulf have been quite persisting and has produced considerable amounts of rainfall. Both daily minimum and maximum temperatures were generally above average across the State.
Highest rainfall in the 24 hours to 9am was 40.2 mm at Blinman.
The overnight minimum temperature range was from 9 degrees at Naracoorte to 19 degrees at Moomba.
The daytime highest temperatures recorded to 4pm ranged from 19 degrees at Cape Willoughby to 32 degrees at Moomba.
Today's Weather for South Australia to 4pm
|Highest Maximum Temperatures||Lowest Minimum Temperatures|
|Moomba||32 C||Naracoorte||9 C|
|Oodnadatta||31 C||Keith||10 C|
|Marree Airport||30 C||Padthaway||10 C|
|Lowest Maximum Temperatures||Highest Minimum Temperatures|
|Cape Willoughby||19 C||Moomba||19 C|
|Mount Lofty||19 C||Prt Augusta||18 C|
|Mount Gambier||20 C||Andamooka||18 C|
|Highest Rainfall - Midnight to 4pm|
|Port Augusta||14.0 mm|
|Port Pirie Aerodrome||7.4 mm|
Today's Weather to 4pm
|Maximum Temperature||24.6 C at 11:43 am|
|Minimum Temperature||15.6 C at 4:50 am|
|Rainfall - Midnight to 4pm||0.0 mm|
|Month to date||9.0 mm|
|Average for April||39.6 mm|
|Year to date||129.0 mm|
|Average January to end of April||102.4 mm|
The next routine update will be issued at 4:30 pm CST Monday.