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Mid North Coast Rainfall Bulletin

Friday December 9, 2016
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Station
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
BELLBROOK (MACLEAY RIVER) 15.0 24
BOWRA SUGARLOAF 9.0 24
BRETTI-MACKAY (BARNARD RIVER) 7.4 24
BUNGWAHL 1.0 24
COFFS HARBOUR AIRPORT 2.0 24
COOPLACURRIPA 6.0 24
CRAVEN (LONGVIEW) 1.4 24
CRAWFORD RIVER (CRAWFORD) 0.0 24
DORRIGO (OLD CORAMBA RD) 4.0 24
CABBAGE TREE MOUNTAIN 2.0 24
FORSTER - TUNCURRY MARINE RESCUE 0.2 24
GLENREAGH (CORAMBA STREET) 0.4 24
KEMPSEY AIRPORT AWS 1.6 24
KILLABAKH 9.0 24
KINDEE BRIDGE (HASTINGS RIVER) 7.6 24
KRAMBACH (TIPPERARY) 1.0 24
LORD HOWE ISLAND AERO 0.2 24
MELDRUM (COOLAWARRAH) 4.0 24
MOUNT GEORGE (MANNING RIVER) 5.5 24
YARRAS (MOUNT SEAVIEW) 27.0 24
BELLWOOD (NAMBUCCA HEADS (NAMBUCCA RESOR 2.5 24
NANA GLEN (COWLING CLOSE) 5.0 24
NOWENDOC (GREEN HILLS) 11.0 24
NUNDLE (BARRY (BARNARD RIVER)) 25.8 24
NYMBOIDA (NYMBOIDA RIVER) 4.5 24
PORT MACQUARIE AIRPORT AWS 13.0 24
ROCKS CROSSING (NOWENDOC RIVER) 6.8 24
SMITHS LAKE (PATSYS FLAT ROAD) 0.4 24
SOUTH WEST ROCKS (SMOKY CAPE LIGHTHOUSE) 2.6 24
TAREE AIRPORT AWS 1.2 24
UPPER DARKWOOD 3.0 24
UPPER PAPPINBARRA (HILLCREST) 22.8 24
WILLINA 0.0 24
WINGHAM (LANARK CLOSE) 4.6 24
WITTITRIN 1.0 24
WOOTTON 1.0 24
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