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Nth Cst & Tableland Rainfall Bulletin

Thursday January 19, 2017
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Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
BABINDA POST OFFICE 12.0 24
BARTLE VIEW ALERT 7.0 24
BINGIL BAY 0.0 24
CAIRNS RACECOURSE 0.4 24
CAIRNS AERO 1.6 24
CAPE FLATTERY 0.8 24
CARDWELL MARINE PDE 0.0 24
CENTRAL MILL TM 0.0 24
CENTRAL MILL ALERT 0.0 24
COOKTOWN AIRPORT 6.0 24
COPPERLODE DAM ALERT 0.0 24
CORSIS ALERT 10.0 24
CRAWFORDS LOOKOUT ALERT 3.0 24
DAINTREE VILLAGE 9.0 24
EURAMO TM 0.0 24
GLENEAGLE ALERT 0.0 24
GREENHAVEN ALERT 0.0 24
HERBERTON ALERT 0.0 24
INNISFAIL 0.0 24
INNISFAIL AERODROME 0.0 24
INNISFAIL WHARF ALERT 0.0 24
KAREEYA 5.2 24
KIRRAMA ALERT 0.0 24
LOW ISLES LIGHTHOUSE 0.2 24
MALANDA ALERT 0.0 24
MAREEBA TM 2.0 24
MAREEBA AIRPORT 5.2 24
MCKELL ROAD ALERT 0.0 24
MENAVALE ALERT 2.0 24
MILLAA MILLAA ALERT 1.0 24
MT GARNET ALERT 0.0 24
MURRAY SPRINGS ALERT 0.0 24
NASH'S CROSSING ALERT 0.0 24
NERADA ALERT 3.0 24
REEF PARK 1.6 24
RAVENSHOE ALERT 0.0 24
MARCO STREET ALERT 1.0 24
SOUTH JOHNSTONE EXP STN 0.0 24
MOSSMAN SOUTH ALCHERA DRIVE 13.0 24
SUTTIES CREEK ALERT 1.0 24
TOPAZ ALERT 4.0 24
TUNG OIL ALERT 0.0 24
TUNG OIL TM 0.0 24
UPPER MURRAY TM 2.0 24
UPPER RUDD CREEK ALERT 0.0 24
WALKAMIN RESEARCH STATION 1.0 24
WHITE CLIFF POINT 0.6 24
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