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Sydney Rainfall Bulletin

Saturday August 27, 2016
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Station
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
ABBOTSFORD (BLACKWALL POINT RD) 1.0 24
AUDLEY (ROYAL NATIONAL PARK) 0.0 24
BADGERYS CREEK AWS 0.0 24
BANKSTOWN AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
BAULKHAM HILLS EUCALYPTUS CT 0.0 24
BELROSE (EVELYN PLACE) 1.2 24
BOX HILL (MCCALL GARDENS) 0.0 24
CAMDEN AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
CAMPBELLTOWN (KENTLYN (GEORGES RIVER ROA 0.0 24
CAMPBELLTOWN (MOUNT ANNAN) 0.0 24
CANTERBURY RACECOURSE AWS 0.6 24
CASTLE COVE (ROSEBRIDGE AVE) 1.2 24
CHATSWOOD BOWLING CLUB 1.0 24
ABBOTSBURY (FAIRFIELD (CITY FARM)) 0.0 24
FRENCHS FOREST (FRENCHS FOREST RD) 2.0 24
HOLSWORTHY AERODROME AWS 0.0 24
HORSLEY PARK EQUESTRIAN CENTRE AWS 0.0 24
LUCAS HEIGHTS (ANSTO) 0.0 -
MILPERRA BRIDGE (GEORGES RIVER) 0.0 24
MONA VALE GOLF CLUB 2.0 24
NORTH PARRAMATTA (BURNSIDE HOMES) 0.0 24
NORTH ROCKS (MUIRFIELD GOLF CLUB) 0.0 24
SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK AWS (ARCHERY CENTRE) 0.0 24
PARRAMATTA NORTH (MASONS DRIVE) 0.0 24
PEAKHURST GOLF CLUB 0.0 24
PENRITH LAKES AWS 0.0 24
PROSPECT RESERVOIR 0.0 24
RANDWICK (RANDWICK ST) 3.6 24
RICHMOND RAAF 0.0 24
SANS SOUCI (PUBLIC SCHOOL) 1.0 24
SEVEN HILLS (RADIO FM 103.2) 0.0 24
SYDNEY (OBSERVATORY HILL) 1.4 24
SYDNEY AIRPORT AMO 2.4 24
TERREY HILLS AWS 1.8 24
TURRAMURRA (KISSING POINT ROAD) 0.2 24
WEDDERBURN (BOOALBYN) 0.0 24
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