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Queensland Rainfall Bulletin

Thursday November 15, 2018
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(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Gulf Country
HERBERT VALE 37.0 24
MORNINGTON ISLAND AIRPORT 6.0 24
Nth Cst & Tableland
GREENHAVEN 0.2 24
SOUTH JOHNSTONE EXP STN 0.2 24
Capricornia
GLADSTONE RADAR 0.4 24
Central West
BLACKALL AIRPORT 0.8 24
TAMBO POST OFFICE 0.4 24
Northwest
CAMOOWEAL TOWNSHIP 20.4 24
LAKE JULIUS AWS 23.2 24
GERETA STATION 18.0 24
MOUNT ISA AERO 0.6 24
URANDANGI AERODROME 0.2 24
Maranoa
MITCHELL POST OFFICE 4.0 24
MUNGALLALA 0.2 24
MUNNAWEENA 3.0 24
SPRINGFIELD 5.6 24
ST GEORGE AIRPORT 0.8 24
WHYENBAH 0.6 24
Darling Downs
DALVEEN 0.1 24
NINDIGULLY 0.6 24
Wide Bay & Burnett
BUNDABERG AERO 0.2 24
LADY ELLIOT ISLAND 0.2 24
Southeast Coast
ROCKY POINT SUGAR MILL 3.0 24
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15:25 EDT

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10:20 EDT

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