Current Conditions - Updated every 5 minutes

The above weather data is continually updated every 5 minutes. The time of each report is indicated at the top. If you can't see the lateset data, then click refresh on your browser to update.

Weather Radar

The above radar can display the following information: Wind, Rain, Thunder/Lightning, Temperature, Clouds, Air Pressue and Weather Warnings. To activate the different views, click on the icon in the upper right hand corner. You may also click on the "+" and "-" buttons to zoom in and out on the map. The map can be moved by holding down your mouse button or by moving your finger on the screen for mobile and tablet devices.

Today's Temperature

The outside temperature is updated live every 5 minutes. The dew point is the temperature where water vapour condenses into liquid water. All air holds different amounts of water vapour. The dew point shows the amount of moisture in the air. The higher the dew point is, the higher the level of moisture in the air at a given temperature.
(Temperature recorded by Sainlogic WS-35000 Weather Station)

Wind Chill - Heat Index

Windchill or Wind Chill factor is a measure of how cold it feels when exposed to cold temperatures and wind. The Heat Index is what the temperature feels like to a human body when the relative humidity is combined with the air temperature.

Barometer - Air Pressure

When the air pressure drops, it is usually an indication of wet weather or a storm is on its way. When the air pressure rises, it often an indication of clearer weather. If the air pressure remains stable, then there is normally no change in the immediate weather.

Wind Speed

The wind speed is recorded in Miles Per Hour.
Average Wind Speed and Gust Wind Speeds can be seen from the current conditions section.
(Wind Speed recorded by Sainlogic WS-35000 Weather Station)

Wind Direction

The wind direction is displayed in degrees.
0 and 360 indicate a Northerly wind direction
90 indicates an Easterly wind direction
180 indicates a Southerly wind direction
270 indicates a Westerly wind direction
(Wind directions are recorded by a Sainlogic WS-35000 Weather Station)

Rain Hourly Total

The rain total is recorded in millimetres (mm).
(Rain Totals are recorded by a Sainlogic WS-35000 Weather Station)

UV Index

The UV Index is a linear scale with higher values representing a greater risk of sunburn. On sunny days it is always advisable to seek shade and use sun protection at all times.


The Radiation value is displayed in watts per metres squared. It is an estimate of how much sun light is hitting a given location.
(Radiation figures are recorded by a Sainlogic WS-35000 Weather Station)