Central Tablelands Rainfall Bulletin
||Rain to 9am||Interval|
|BATHURST AGRICULTURAL STATION||1.8||-|
|BATHURST AIRPORT AWS||2||24|
|GULGONG POST OFFICE||0.6||24|
|KATOOMBA (MURRI ST)||0.2||24|
|MOUNT BOYCE AWS||0.4||24|
|MUDGEE AIRPORT AWS||0.4||-|
|NULLO MOUNTAIN AWS||2||24|
|ORANGE AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE||13||0|
|ORANGE AIRPORT AWS||6||24|
|SPRINGWOOD (VALLEY HEIGHTS)||0.0||24|
|WELLINGTON (D&J RURAL)||2.0||-|
Near-record warmth in northern Australia is coming to an end as cooler winds take temperatures back to the July norm.
Warm winter weather is causing worry for wine growers on southern Queensland's Granite Belt.
Recent rain in Queensland has helped boost cattle prices, with young organic cattle from the south west of the state selling for a record price of 554 cents per kilogram.