Acton Park Wind forecast

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Acton Park Wind forecast

Wind direction is Southwest, wind speed varies between 15.6 and 24.5 mph with gusts up to 46.8 mph. The sky is cloudy with a chance of rain 0%.

Wind and wave weather forecast for Hobart / Cambridge, Australia contains detailed information about local wind speed, direction, and gusts. Wave forecast includes wave height and period.

These forecasts for Hobart / Cambridge are based on the GFS model and were created for windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing and other extreme sports activities. All data updates 4 times a day. Predictions are available in steps from 1 to 3 hours for up to 10 days.

Use professional weather parameters: wind barbs, weather fronts, isobars, and others. Study weather history for the past 12 years (2012-2024). Create sailing, hiking and biking routes with weather in each point.

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Nearby spots

Hobart • 18km
11 m/s, Southwest +12 °C, Partly cloudy
Sandy BAy • 13km
9 m/s, Southwest +12 °C, Partly cloudy
Dodges Ferry - Park Beach • 11km
11 m/s, Southwest +12 °C, Partly cloudy
Clifton Beach TAS - Clifton Beach • 16km
15 m/s, Southwest +13 °C, Partly cloudy
Cape Raoul - Shipstern Bluff • 46km
18 m/s, Southwest +12 °C, Partly cloudy
Margate Marina • 28km
9 m/s, Southwest +12 °C, Partly cloudy

Offers

Sundance Marine Boat Sales
Sundance Marine Boat Sales

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Active Marine
Active Marine

Active Marine have been operating for more than 10 years and have become the trusted service and Suzuki repower centre for many of Tasmania’s boaters.


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