Illawarra Rainfall Bulletin
||Rain to 9am||Interval|
|ALBION PARK (WOLLONGONG AIRPORT)||0.0||24|
|BEAUMONT (THE CEDARS)||0.0||-|
|DARKES FOREST (KINTYRE)||0.0||24|
|GRASSY GULLY (SHOALHAVEN RIVER)||0.0||24|
|GREENSTEAD (WINGECARRIBEE RIVER)||0.0||24|
|HIGH RANGE AWS (WANGANDERRY)||0.0||24|
|HAMPDEN BRIDGE (KANGAROO RIVER)||0.0||24|
|KIAMA (BOMBO HEADLAND)||0.0||24|
|MENANGLE BRIDGE (NEPEAN RIVER)||0.0||24|
|MITTAGONG (ALFRED STREET)||0.0||-|
|MOSS VALE AWS||0.0||24|
|MOSS VALE (HOSKINS STREET)||0.2||24|
|NOWRA BOAT SHED (SHOALHAVEN RIVER)||0.0||24|
|NOWRA RAN AIR STATION AWS||0.0||24|
|JERVIS BAY (POINT PERPENDICULAR AWS)||0.0||24|
|ROBERTSON (THE PIE SHOP)||0.0||24|
The month of July was quite dynamic across the nation, with some particularly strong cold fronts which delivered low level snow as far north as the Border Ranges, and spells of prolonged dry and warm conditions, particularly along the east coast.
Widespread, drenching rain across many parts of Western Australia's agricultural region, brings a smile to the faces of local farmers.
Some encase Darwin's homes in a gnarled mesh vestige while others stand like spiked watchmen separating the street from those living inside.