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New South Wales/ACT Rainfall Bulletin

Sunday July 24, 2016
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Station
(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Sydney
CAMPBELLTOWN (MOUNT ANNAN) 0.2 24
PROSPECT RESERVOIR 0.1 24
TERREY HILLS AWS 0.4 24
Northern Rivers
BYRON BAY (CAPE BYRON AWS) 0.2 24
South Coast
GREEN CAPE AWS 0.2 24
Northern Tablelands
TENTERFIELD (FEDERATION PARK) 0.8 0
Central Tablelands
BATHURST AIRPORT AWS 0.2 24
OBERON (SPRINGBANK) 1 24
ORANGE AIRPORT AWS 1 24
Southern Tablelands
BURRINJUCK DAM 6 24
GOULBURN TAFE 0.6 24
TARALGA POST OFFICE 1 24
ACT
CANBERRA AIRPORT 0.2 24
MOUNT GININI AWS 2 24
Snowy Mountains
BOMBALA AWS 2 24
CABRAMURRA SMHEA AWS 1 24
PERISHER VALLEY AWS 8 24
CW Slopes & Plains
CONDOBOLIN AIRPORT AWS 0.6 24
COWRA AIRPORT AWS 0.2 24
PARKES AIRPORT AWS 0.2 24
TEMORA AIRPORT 0.2 24
TRANGIE RESEARCH STATION AWS 0.2 24
Southwest Slopes
COOTAMUNDRA AIRPORT 0.9 24
GUNDAGAI (NANGUS RD) 2 24
KHANCOBAN AWS 3 24
TUMBARUMBA POST OFFICE 3 24
YOUNG AIRPORT 0.4 24
Riverina
ALBURY AIRPORT AWS 0.6 24
HILLSTON AIRPORT 1 24
HUME RESERVOIR 1 24
WAGGA WAGGA AMO 0.2 24
Lower Western
BALRANALD (RSL) 2 0
IVANHOE AERODROME AWS 0.2 24
POONCARIE MAIL AGENCY 0.4 24
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