Darwin-Daly Rainfall Bulletin

Thursday January 17, 2019
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Station
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
BATCHELOR AIRPORT 3.0 24
CSIRO BERRIMAH 7.0 24
BLACK POINT 0.0 24
BONALBO 25.4 24
POINT FAWCETT 0.6 24
CENTRAL ARNHEM PLATEAU 3.2 24
CHANNEL POINT 5.4 24
CHARLES POINT 15.6 24
CROKER ISLAND AIRPORT 0.2 24
DARWIN BOTANIC GARDENS 2.8 24
DARWIN HOSPITAL 3.0 24
DARWIN AIRPORT 5.0 24
DELAMERE WEAPONS RANGE 0.4 24
DOUGLAS RIVER RESEARCH FARM 12.4 24
DUM IN MIRRIE AIRSTRIP 69.0 24
EDITH FALLS RIDGE 8.4 24
FANNY CREEK 0.2 24
FISH RIVER 10.6 24
FOELSCHE HEADLAND 27.8 24
FORT HILL WHARF 3.5 24
THE CHASE 8.2 24
HUMPTY DOO COLLARD ROAD 5.1 24
JABIRU AIRPORT 7.2 24
KATHERINE COUNTRY CLUB 7.0 24
CDU KATHERINE RURAL CAMPUS 2.0 24
LABELLE DOWNS 7.0 24
LEANYER 11.0 24
MARRARA 3.8 24
MCCLUER ISLAND 1.4 24
MCMINNS LAGOON 8.8 24
MIDDLE POINT 1.8 24
MOUNT BUNDEY NORTH (DEFENCE) 30.2 24
MOUNT BUNDEY SOUTH (DEFENCE) 45.4 24
MOUNT STOW 8.6 24
MOUNT FELIX 18.0 24
MURGANELLA AIRSTRIP 0.0 24
NITMILUK RIDGE 3.8 24
NOONAMAH AIRSTRIP 12.6 24
PINELANDS 10.2 24
PIRLANGIMPI AIRPORT 0.0 24
POINT STUART 0.0 24
PORT KEATS AIRPORT 0.0 24
STOKES HILL 4.6 24
TINDAL RAAF 0.8 24
UPPER SEVENTEEN MILE CREEK 9.8 24
UPPER ADELAIDE RIVER 51.8 24
UPPER FERGUSSON RIVER 11.0 24
WAGAIT BEACH 2.4 24
WALKER CREEK 52.0 24
WANDIE CREEK 0.2 24
YEURALBA RIDGE 0.8 24
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A yellow cell indicates a probable monthly record for this site (sites with ≥ 10 years of records only). The number of years of records available for the relevant field for this month is indicated in black. See the station's climate page for full details.
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