Bremer Bay Sea Temperature

Looking to find out what the sea water temperature in Bremer Bay is for today and the next few days? Below are data and charts that will give you information about sea temperatures in Bremer Bay and nearby locations.

Water temperature in Bremer Bay right now

Below is the current sea temperature for Bremer Bay, Australia on 23rd July 2024.

17.28° C

(63.1° F)

  • yesterday: 17.25° C (63.04° F)
  • a week ago: 18.99° C (66.18° F)

At this temperature, water will feel cold compared to a swimming pool, but with a bit of experience and practice most people will find the water relatively comfortable to swim in.

The average sea temperature for Bremer Bay on July 23rd over the last 10 years is 18.23° C (64.81° F), with a low temperature of 17.13° C (62.83° F) and a high of 19.2° C (66.56° F).

Analysis and forecast for Bremer Bay water temperatures

The water temperature in Bremer Bay today is lower than the average temperature of 18.23° C (64.81° F) and the temperature on this day last year, 23rd July 2023, was 17.2° C (62.96° F).

The chart and table below shows the change in water temperature in Bremer Bay over the last 30 days:

Date Temperature (Celsius) Temperature (Fahrenheit)
July 23 17.28° C 63.1° F
July 22 17.25° C 63.04° F
July 21 18.3° C 64.94° F
July 20 18.46° C 65.23° F
July 19 18.55° C 65.39° F
July 18 18.88° C 65.98° F
July 17 18.68° C 65.62° F
July 16 18.99° C 66.18° F
July 15 19.05° C 66.29° F
July 14 19.22° C 66.6° F
July 13 19.15° C 66.47° F
July 12 18.9° C 66.02° F
July 11 19.14° C 66.45° F
July 10 19.14° C 66.45° F
July 9 19.09° C 66.36° F
July 8 18.93° C 66.07° F
July 7 19.14° C 66.45° F
July 6 19.14° C 66.45° F
July 5 19.06° C 66.31° F
July 4 19.04° C 66.27° F
July 3 19.01° C 66.22° F
July 2 19.13° C 66.43° F
July 1 19.15° C 66.47° F
June 30 19.24° C 66.63° F
June 29 19.34° C 66.81° F
June 28 19.53° C 67.15° F
June 27 19.69° C 67.44° F
June 26 19.75° C 67.55° F
June 25 19.79° C 67.62° F
June 24 19.9° C 67.82° F
June 23 19.96° C 67.93° F

The actual nearshore temperatures may vary by several degrees and this can also be heavily affected by weather. Strong winds can cause cold, deep waters to replace the surface waters that had been warmed by the sun, and heavy rain can also reduce the temperature of the sea surface temperature as well.

Water temperature in Bremer Bay by month

The chart below shows the monthly average water temperature in Bremer Bay.

For more detailed information on how the sea temperature in Bremer Bay changes for each month of the year, choose from the months below.

Bremer Bay map and nearby water temperatures

The highest temperature in Australia today is 27.05° C (80.68° F) in Darwin. The lowest is in Port Phillip Bay, where the temperature of the water is 11.25° C (52.24° F).

Why measure sea surface temperatures (SST) in Bremer Bay?

The ocean covers about 71% of the Earth's surface, and scientists record the sea surface temperature (SST) of locations such as Bremer Bay because they want to understand and learn how the ocean communicates with the atomosphere of Earth.

SST is one measure that provides information on the global climate, and it can be used to predict the weather in Bremer Bay as well as atmospheric model simulations and to study marine ecosystems in the area.

Data source and citation

Raw data for the calculations made to find the sea surface temperature in Bremer Bay comes from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and their 1/4° daily Optimum Interpolation Sea Surface Temperature.

The water temperature data is constructed by combining observations from different platforms (satellites, ships, buoys, and Argo floats) on a regular global grid. A spatially complete sea surface temperature map is then built by interpolating to fill in gaps in the data.

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