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Mount Lofty Ranges Rainfall Bulletin

Friday February 12, 2016
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Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
ASHTON 0.2 24
ATHELSTONE (BLACK HILL) 0.0 24
BALHANNAH (KILLARA PARK) 0.2 24
BIRDWOOD (MCVITTIES HILL) 0.0 24
CROMER ROAD 0.0 24
LONG RIDGE (GREENHILL) 0.0 24
CRAFERS WEST 0.0 24
CUDLEE CREEK (O'DEAS ROAD) 0.0 24
EDINBURGH RAAF 0.0 24
VICTOR HARBOR (ENCOUNTER BAY) 0.0 24
GAWLER 0.0 24
GOOLWA BARRAGE 0.0 -
GOULD CREEK (HERMITAGE) 0.0 24
IRONSTONE ROAD 0.0 24
KANMANTOO (MILLBRAE) 0.0 24
KERSBROOK 0.0 24
KUITPO FOREST RESERVE 0.2 24
LOBETHAL (MAIDMENT ROAD) 0.2 24
LOBETHAL 0.2 24
LONGWOOD 0.0 24
MACCLESFIELD 0.0 -
LEAWOOD GARDENS (EAGLE ON THE HILL) 0.0 24
MOUNT LOFTY 0.0 24
MOUNT BARKER 0.0 24
MOUNT CRAWFORD (MT CRAWFORD AWS) 0.0 24
MT TORRENS 0.2 24
NOARLUNGA 0.0 24
NURIOOTPA 0.0 24
NURIOOTPA VITICULTURAL 0.0 24
PARAFIELD AIRPORT 0.0 24
PARAWA (SECOND VALLEY FOREST AWS) 0.0 24
RED CREEK (BURWOOD) 0.0 24
BAROSSA VALLEY (DUCKPONDS CREEK) 0.0 24
STRATHALBYN RACECOURSE 0.0 24
LENSWOOD (STRINGYBARK) 0.2 24
MONTACUTE 0.0 24
VERDUN 0.0 24
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