The SC Weather Report – Round 14

Weather notes: N/A


Note: All times are local. Sea Eagles vs Warriors is in Christchurch, and Eels vs Cowboys is in Darwin


SaturdayThere is some thick high cloud present over Christchurch currently, however fine weather is expected for the match. A moderate breeze, and relatively dry airmass should heavily limit the amount of dew forming on the playing surface as the game goes on.
Sea Eagles vs WarriorsChance of rainGame temperatureDew rating
Christchurch 5-7pm0%11-13CLow-moderate


SaturdayThe light patchy rain over the past 12 hours is most likely to cease by kickoff in Newcastle, however the playing surface will have some moisture on it regardless from the earlier rain, and the potential for some dew developing as the game goes on.
Knights vs RoostersChance of rainGame temperatureDew rating
Newcastle 5:30-7:30pm20%13-14CModerate-high


SaturdayFine and warm weather is expected for the Saturday night match in Darwin, with low to moderate humidity levels, and a light breeze allowing for a low to moderate dew rating.
Eels vs CowboysChance of rainGame temperatureDew rating
Darwin 7-9pm0%24-26CLow-moderate


SundayIsolated to scattered showers will be present offshore tomorrow, one or two of which are expected to move through Cronulla during the afternoon in particular, which is also the time the match will be played.
Sharks vs TigersChance of rainGame temperatureDew rating
Cronulla 2-4pm60%15-18CN/A


SundayFine weather is expected for the late afternoon match in Melbourne, with game temperatures a little on the chilly side.
Storm vs BroncosChance of rainGame temperatureDew rating
Melbourne 4-6pm0%12-14CN/A


MondayThere is some computer model uncertainty for Monday afternoon, however the most likely scenario is for there to be fine weather in Homebush.
Bulldogs vs DragonsChance of rainGame temperatureDew rating
Homebush 4-6pm15%15-17CN/A
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