Meteorology Brought To You From Australia -- 2/15/13
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Meteorology Brought To You From Australia -- 2/15/13

Geelong : Australia | Feb 14, 2013 at 2:12 PM PST
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Here is the Australian continental weather forecast for Friday, February 15, 2013. All weather statistics have been calculated by AccuWeather and all degrees are in Fahrenheit.

Adelaide, South Australia: Partly Cloudy with a thunderstorm during the day. 92/71.

Ballarat, Victoria: Partly Sunny with a shower in the morning. 84/60.

Brisbane, Queensland: Cloudy with scattered showers. 81/68.

Cairns, Queensland: Cloudy with showers. 89/75.

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Partly Sunny. 80/56.

Darwin, Northern Territory: Showers and thunderstorms. 92/74.

Geelong, Victoria: Partly Cloudy. 86/67.

Hobart, Tasmania: Partly Sunny. 76/58.

Melbourne, Victoria: Mostly Sunny with a shower in the evening. 86/65.

Perth, Western Australia: Sunny and hot. 98/68.

Sydney, New South Wales: Cloudy with a morning shower. 80/63.

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