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South Australia has taste of summer

We’ve seen some mild temperatures in New Zealand lately but South Australia has really copped the heat.

Last night brought little relief for locals after the recent early Spring warmth. Parts of the state had the warmest September night in up to 10 years.

Across the state most regions had overnight lows that were 5-10 degrees above the average. One of the warmest regions was the Western Agricultural. Ceduna only dropped to a balmy 21 overnight which was the warmest for September since 2009 and a whopping 13 degrees above the average. 

Adelaide also was amongst the warmth.Last night it was balmy and only dropped 6 degrees from its daytime maximum to a low of 19. It was the warmest September night since 2004 and 9 above the average. At Parafeild Airport it dropped to 18 degrees which is 10 above the average and the warmest for September in a decade. 

Cooler temperatures are now moving in behind a front with a high expected today of 19 degrees.
Our warmest temperatures today appear to be in some northern and eastern areas but nothing compared to our Aussie neighbours.
WW and Weatherzone


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