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NW Slopes & Plains Rainfall Bulletin

Saturday June 24, 2017
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Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
BARADINE FORESTRY 0.0 24
BARRABA POST OFFICE 0.0 24
BENGALLA TM 0.0 24
BUKKULLA (RFS) 0.0 24
CARODA (PALEROO) 0.0 24
MANILLA (MUSEUM) 0.0 24
CRAWNEY MOUNTAIN 0.0 24
DUNGOWAN (GLENDOWER MOUNTAIN (LECONFIELD 0.0 24
DURI (DUNGOWAN RD) 0.0 24
GOONOO GOONOO (GOONOO GOONOO CREEK) 0.0 24
GUNNEDAH RESOURCE CENTRE 0.0 24
GUNNEDAH AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
KINGS PLAINS (WINDERMERE) 0.0 24
MOREE AERO 0.0 24
MUNGINDI POST OFFICE 0.0 24
BENDEMEER (BONNA) 0.0 24
NARRABRI (MT KAPUTAR NATIONAL PARK) 0.0 24
NARRABRI AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
NEW KILDONAN TM 0.0 24
NIANGALA (MOUNT SANDON) 0.0 24
NUNDLE (CHAFFEY DAM) 0.0 -
NUNDLE (MALONGA) 0.0 24
OGUNBIL (AMAROO) 0.0 24
PINE RIDGE (BILLABONG) 0.0 24
QUIRINDI POST OFFICE 0.0 24
TAMWORTH AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
TERRY HIE HIE 0.0 24
TEXAS TM 0.0 24
WALGETT AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
WOOLBROOK (DANGLEMAH ROAD) 0.0 24
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