January 7th, 2007 at 01:14am
In the absence of the Weatherzone weather forecast usually seen on the right of this website’s home page, here is a weather forecast for Canberra, based on the Bureau of Meteorology forecast issued at 3:30 pm EDT on Saturday 6 January 2007.
A trough approaching western NSW will move across the ACT on Sunday, bringing isolated showers about the region, moderate west to northwest winds are expected. We’re heading down to an overnight low of 19 degrees, with 29 the expected high. The UV Index will be 10, with a high fire danger.
Looking ahead, the showers will clear early Monday with fine conditions expected for most of next week with gradually rising temperatures, and a chance of a shower on Friday.
27 degrees for Monday, 28 for Tuesday and 32 for Wednesday.
More information can be obtained from the Bureau of Meteorology’s Canberra forecast page.
Update 11:53am: Weatherzone have the following service status update for us:
Sunday 11:04 EDT
Due to a catastrophic hardware failure Weatherzone is temporarily offline.
Our technical staff are working to correct the problem and hope to restore normal service by Sunday night.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
In the meantime they are offering temporary access to their beta development site which, after having had a look around last night, is a vast improvement on their current site.
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