Clear, sunny and settled weather is expected for the next 9 nine days with temperatures feeling hot to very hot with highs of 36c.
Looking further ahead, the weather is expected to remain settle with more hot temperatures to come.
Average UV index is: 9 ( VERY HIGH)
Average Sea Temperature is: 26c
9 Day General Forecast
Weather Forecast 14 June - 22 June
|Weather||Date||Forecast||Highs (apparent)||Lows||UV||Sunrise/Set||Freezing level|
|Thu 14th||Hot and sunny||32 (35)||24||9||Rise 05:55|
|Fri 15th||Hot and sunny||31 (35)||24||9||Rise 05:55|
|Sat 16th||Hot and sunny||31 (35)||23||9||Rise 05:55|
|Sun 17th||Hot and sunny||31 (34)||24||9||Rise 05:55|
|Mon 18th||Hot and sunny||31 (35)||24||10||Rise 05:55|
|Tue 19th||Hot and sunny||32 (36)||24||10||Rise 05:55|
|Wed 20th||Very hot and sunny||36 (39)||25||10||Rise 05:55|
|Thu 21st||Very hot and sunny||36 (40)||26||10||Rise 05:56|
|Fri 22nd||Very hot and sunny||36 (39)||25||10||Rise 05:56|
* (Summer) The temperature marked inside the ( ) is what it will actually feel like. This is called the HEAT INDEX. This is a combination of the air temperature and the relative humidity and comes into effect when the temperature rises above 20°C.
* (Winter) The temperature marked inside the ( ) is what it will actually feel like. This is called the WINDCHILL. This is a combination of the air temperature and the wind which measures of the amount of heat lost from the skin as the wind blows across it.
UV index Value Definition Description Sunburn Time
0-2 Minimal Wear sunglasses on bright days; use sunscreen if there is snow on the ground, which reflects UV radiation, or if you have particularly fair skin. More than 1 hour
3-4 Low Wear sunglasses and use sunscreen, cover the body with clothing and a hat, and seek shade around midday when the sun is most intense. More than 1 hour
5-6 Medium Wear sunglasses and use sunscreen having SPF 15 or higher, cover the body with sun protective clothing and a wide-brim hat, and reduce time in the sun from two hours before to three hours after solar noon (roughly 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM during summer). About 30 minutes
7-8 High Wear sunscreen, a shirt, sunglasses, and a hat. Do not stay out in the sun for too long. About 20 minutes
9-11 Extreme Take all precautions, including: wear sunglasses and use sunscreen, cover the body with a long-sleeve shirt and trousers, wear a very broad hat, and avoid the sun from two hours before to three hours after solar noon. Less than 15 minutes
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*Please note that long range forecasts are based on current computer models and should be used only as a general guide. The accuracy of any weather forecasts beyond 3-5 days is reduced significantly.
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