South West Rainfall Bulletin
||Rain to 9am||Interval|
|BALMORAL (POST OFFICE)||0.4||24|
|BEEAC (POST OFFICE)||2.0||24|
|PYRENEES (BEN NEVIS)||0.0||24|
|BIRREGURRA (POST OFFICE)||3.0||24|
|CAPE NELSON LIGHTHOUSE||1.0||24|
|CAPE OTWAY LIGHTHOUSE||0.8||24|
|COLAC (SHIRE OFFICE)||3.0||24|
|DERRINALLUM (POST OFFICE)||2.2||24|
|HAWKESDALE (POST OFFICE)||1.0||24|
|LISMORE (POST OFFICE)||0.4||24|
|GRAMPIANS (MOUNT WILLIAM)||0.2||24|
|COLAC (MOUNT GELLIBRAND)||0.8||24|
|HAINES JUNCTION (MOUNT SABINE)||7.0||24|
|PENSHURST (POST OFFICE)||1.0||24|
|PORT FAIRY AWS||1.2||24|
|PORTLAND (CASHMORE AIRPORT)||1.6||24|
|WARRNAMBOOL AIRPORT NDB||1.8||24|
Fresh haystacks are exploding into flames across Victoria and South Australia and experts are warning it could be the start of a disastrous season.
One of Australia's most renowned pipe and drum bands will end an ambitious tour this weekend with a renewed understanding of how rural Queenslanders are dealing with drought.
Arid parts of Western Australia received a drenching overnight as thunderstorms passed overhead, with Meekatharra receiving more rain in ten minutes than they usually see in the whole month of November.