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Northern Rivers Rainfall Bulletin

Friday February 12, 2016
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Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
BALLINA AIRPORT AWS 3.8 24
BANGALOW (FOWLERS LANE) 7.4 24
BENTLEY (BACK CREEK) 0.0 24
BOAT HARBOUR (ROUS RIVER) 0.0 24
BRAYS CREEK (MISTY MOUNTAIN) 0.0 24
BUSBYS FLAT 0.0 24
BYRON BAY (JACARANDA DRIVE) 1.4 24
BYRON BAY (CAPE BYRON AWS) 0.2 24
CASINO AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
EWING BRIDGE CORNDALE (COOPERS CK) 0.0 24
DAIRY FLAT 0.0 24
EUNGELLA (OXLEY RIVER) 0.0 24
EVANS HEAD RAAF BOMBING RANGE AWS 0.0 24
GRAFTON RESEARCH STN 0.2 24
GRAFTON AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
GREEN PIGEON (MORNING VIEW) 0.4 24
KINGSCLIFF (MARINE PARADE) 0.2 24
KUNGHUR (THE JUNCTION) 0.0 24
LAWRENCE ROAD (PRINGLES WAY) 0.0 24
LILLIAN ROCK (WILLIAMS ROAD) 0.0 24
LISMORE AIRPORT AWS 0.4 24
MCLEANS RIDGES (LASCOTT DRIVE) 1.6 24
MURWILLUMBAH (BRAY PARK) 0.0 24
MURWILLUMBAH (TWEED RIVER) 0.0 24
NASHUA (WILSONS RIVER) 3.0 24
NIMBIN (GOOLMANGAR CREEK) 1.0 24
NORFOLK ISLAND AERO 0.2 24
PILLAR VALLEY 0.2 24
ROCK VALLEY (LEYCESTER CREEK) 0.0 24
ROSEBANK (REPENTANCE CREEK) 1.6 24
TUNCESTER (LEYCESTER CREEK) 1.0 24
UKI (TWEED RIVER) 0.0 24
YAMBA PILOT STATION 0.0 24
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