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Cancellation of Extreme Heat Emergency Warning 20.01.2018

Cancellation of the Extreme Heat Emergency Warning issued on Friday the 19th of January 2018.

Extreme Heat Emergency Warning for South Australia 19.01.2018

Extreme Heat Warning Message - Day two - for South Australia - 19/01/2018

SES volunteers at Adelaide Airport

With hot weather forecast again for South Australia overnight and tomorrow, State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers and staff will be at the Adelaide Airport to hand out SES extreme heat safety information and water to arriving passengers.

Extreme Heat Emergency Warning for South Australia

Extreme Heat Emergency Warning for South Australia

Forecast hot weather prompts SES warning ahead of Tour Down Under

With a long period of hot weather forecast by the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) for later this week, the South Australian State Emergency Service (SES) is advising spectators and cyclists at this year?s Santos Tour Down Under to take care as the temperatures soar.

Alert SA App update

On 6 January 2018 the Alert SA App experienced significant performance issues which resulted in the non-display and provision of notifications and warnings to the community.

SES returning home after storm damage operations in Mildura

Fifteen SES volunteers and one staff member will be returning to South Australia today after a highly successful deployment to assist Victorian SES in the storm damage operations following the devastating storms which hit Mildura on Wednesday.

SES reissues warning for north of state today

The SA State Emergency Service (SES) has reissued a warning for people travelling in northern parts of the state today where temperatures are expected to exceed 45 degrees Celsius at a number of locations.

High weekend temperatures prompts SES warning

Ahead of this weekend?s forecast hot weather, the SA State Emergency Service (SES) has issued a warning for motorists and tourists in northern parts of the state where temperatures at some locations are expected to reach more than 45 degrees Celsius.