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Maranoa Rainfall Bulletin

Wednesday August 24, 2016
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Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
ALLAMBIE 17.0 24
AUGATHELLA POST OFFICE 54.6 24
BAKERS BEND TM 0.0 24
BENDOBA TM 20.6 24
BIDDENHAM TM 48.0 24
BOGARELLA 36.5 24
BOLLON MARY ST 23.4 24
BOOTHULLA 28.0 24
CHARLEVILLE AERO 39.6 24
CHESTERTON TM 37.6 24
CUNNAMULLA POST OFFICE 12.6 24
DALMALLY 52.0 24
DERBYSHIRE DOWNS 34.2 24
DILLALAH 24.0 24
DIRRANBANDI 24.8 24
EULO 7.0 24
FAIRFIELD 56.0 24
GLENORIE 38.4 24
HAVELOCK 39.6 24
HUNGERFORD 1.6 24
INJUNE POST OFFICE 36.4 24
INJUNE TM 33.6 24
KAROOLA PARK 57.0 24
KENILWORTH 29.2 24
LOCHINVAR 46.0 24
MITCHELL POST OFFICE 127 62.2 24
MITCHELL TM 44.0 24
MOOGA HILLS TM 19.6 24
MORVEN POST OFFICE 60.6 24
MULGA DOWNS 16.8 24
MUNGALLALA 57.6 24
NAMARAH 45.2 24
PINE HILLS TM 19.8 24
QLD COTTON 31.0 24
ROCKY 6.0 24
ROMA AIRPORT 27.8 24
ROSEHILL 31.6 24
SPRINGDALE TM 27.4 24
SPRINGFIELD 71.6 24
ST GEORGE AIRPORT 17 37.4 24
SURAT 50.0 24
TINDARRA TM 39.6 24
WALLEN 12.8 24
WANSEY DOWNS 45.8 24
WARIDA 65.2 24
WARKON 36.6 24
WARROO 40.0 48
WERIBONE TM 44.0 24
WETLANDS 39.0 24
WHYENBAH 24.2 24
YULEBA GARDEN ST 44.0 24
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