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Dry and very hot. Light to
moderate east to northeasterly wind, turning
moderate to fresh northerly in the west, ahead of a
milder, southerly change in the far west during the
Dry and very hot with moderate to
fresh northerly wind ahead of a milder, fresh and
gusty southerly change extending across western
districts in the morning and central and eastern
districts in the afternoon and evening. Areas of
raised dust with the change in the west.
Fine with moderate to fresh southwest to southeast
wind. Hot to very hot in the north, warm to hot in the
Dry and hot to very hot with mainly
moderate southeast to northeasterly wind becoming
northeast to northerly later in the period. A weak sea
breeze trough may result in milder conditions about
the far southern coasts during Monday and Tuesday.
YORKE PENINSULA DISTRICT.
Wind east to northeasterly 15 to 20 km/h tending
northwest to northeasterly 20 to 30 km/h in the
morning then tending east to northeasterly 15 to 20
km/h in the evening.
Sunny. Wind north to
northeasterly 25 to 35 km/h increasing to 40 km/h
before shifting south to southwesterly 25 to 35
km/h during the morning.
southerly 20 to 25 km/h turning southeasterly 30 to
35 km/h during the day.
10 to 15 knots becoming, becoming variable 5 to 10
knots over eastern parts during the afternoon. Seas:
0.5 to 1 metre. Southwesterly 0.5 metres in
Winds: Northeasterly 15 to 20
knots tending northerly during the morning then
shifting south to southwesterly 20 to 30 knots
during the afternoon. 1 to 1.5 metres
increasing to 2 metres during the morning.
Southwesterly 0.5 metres.
GULF ST VINCENT.
Winds: East to
northeasterly about 10 knots tending southeast to
southwesterly during the afternoon. Winds
becoming northeasterly 10 to 15 knots later in the
evening. 0.5 to 1 metre.
Winds: North to northeasterly 15 to
20 knots shifting northwesterly during the morning
and then southerly 15 to 25 knots later in the
afternoon. 1 to 1.5 metres increasing to 1.5 to
2 metres during the evening. Southwesterly
Issued at noon, January 2, 2013
Thursday -- min. 16 max. 42° Sunny.
Friday -- min. 22° max. 45° Sunny.
Saturday -- min. 14° max. 32° Sunny.
Sunday -- min. 14° max. 38° Sunny.
Monday -- min. 18° max. 45° Sunny.
Tuesday -- min. 20° max. 41° Sunny.
Thursday -- min. 20 max. 42° Sunny.
Friday -- min. 24° max. 42° Sunny.
Saturday -- min. 16° max. 30° Sunny.
Sunday -- min. 16° max. 35° Sunny.
Monday -- min. 23° max. 40° Sunny.
Tuesday -- min. 23° max. 40° Sunny.
Thursday -- min. 20 max. 31° Sunny.
Friday -- min. 23° max. 32° Sunny.
Saturday -- min. 18° max. 23° Sunny.
Sunday -- min. 18° max. 25° Sunny.
Monday -- min. 20° max. 28° Sunny.
Tuesday -- min. 20° max. 26° Sunny.
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Rainfall recorded (in mm) on Yorke Peninsula from 9am
Tuesday, December 18, to 9am Monday, December 31, 2012.
Issued mainly by the Bureau of Meteorology South Australian
Regional Office, and from some other statistics.
0.0 3.2 283.0
0.0 6.4 370.6
0.0 16.3 260.9
0.0 4.8 289.1
0.0 7.2 382.2
0.0 4.8 331.6
0.0 4.6 283.2
0.0 6.4 429.4
0.0 5.2 343.2
0.0 7.4 313.3
0.0 3.6 287.6
0.0 6.2 325.2
0.0 13.0 276.2
0.0 0.0 344.1
0.0 7.8 311.4
0.0 18.0 275.2
0.2 6.6 349.0
0.0 0.0 297.5
0.0 5.4 355.0
0.0 6.6 399.3
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Port Broughton: Small to medium-sized snapper are being
caught by boat crews fishing before dawn with the Illusion
wreck, Car Bodies reef and the local snapper hole mark being
the best sites. Fisherman's Bay has gar, herring and plenty of
trumpeters. Occasional schools of salmon trout and yellowfin
whiting are up at Wood Point, while some big snook are being
caught at Middle Bank. The jetty has night-time herring and
Wallaroo: Anglers fishing from the jetty are catching
yellowfin whiting in the shallows on the northern side of Office
Beach, blueys, herring and squid. The Boiler Ground and Point
Riley have King George whiting in the early mornings then
garfish, blueys and snook later in the day. Steamer Channel
has snapper to 7kg but, to date, the fish are not appearing in
Port Hughes/Moonta Bay: Boaties fishing the bay between
jetties are catching blueys, garfish and herrings. Herring are
also biting at The Lighthouse and Cape Elizabeth while KG
whiting catches are being reported from Coopers and Rose
Garden grounds. The jetties have blueys, salmon trout and
Balgowan: Cotton Point and Bea Rock grounds have garfish,
KG whiting and snapper to 4kg but the fish appear to be half
the size of the snapper being landed north of Port Hughes.
Reef Point has gar and snook and shore-based anglers are
catching salmon trout, flathead and a few yellowfin whiting at
Point Turton: With plenty of holidaymakers utilising the
jetty, it's a good idea to fish there early mornings or late
evenings. There are garfish, herring and the odd squid in
Hardwicke Bay and salmon trout off Barker's Rocks. Corny
Point and The Pines have yellowfin whiting off local beaches
and boats are catching medium snapper northwest of Point
I have received the first reports of tuna running
through the Haystacks and Seal Island groups, so charter
operators and bigger recreational boats will be targeting these
fish, along with red nannygai, snapper and trevalley. Marion
Bay jetty has salmon trout and yellowfin whiting. Butterfish
Beach and Sturt Bay have snook, KG whiting and garfish.
Edithburgh: The local jetty has herring, squid and a few blue
crabs. Boaties are catching KG whiting, red mullet and small
gar in Rocky Gully. Snapper reports have been patchy, with
some fish being caught off Troubridge Island.
Stansbury: Both commercial and recreational fishers are
heavily targeting blue crabs in the grounds north of the oyster
leases. Jetty fishing has squid and blueys while boats fishing
the barge reef for KG whiting had to move regularly to catch a
Ardrossan: Rakers working the Port Arthur and Port Clinton
mangroves are only sighting small females and not much else.
Ardrossan jetty has mullet and salmon trout. Snapper catches
appear to be the lowest for several years with best results
coming in the early hours from the Zanoni wreck and the
Barges artificial reef.
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42 Yorke Peninsula Country Times Wednesday, January 2, 2013
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