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Northern Territory Monthly Summaries

major stations | all stations
November 2014
station
(ungroup by district)
mean min anomaly mean max anomaly total rain percent of mean
°C °C °C °C mm %
Darwin-Daly
24.3 +0.4 16 37.4 +2.0 100.6 65
20 24.6 -1.0 33.2 +0.0 0.6 1
23.4 -0.0 35.9 +0.8 10 1.8 2
25.0 -0.0 15 33.2 +0.4 34.4 26
24.4 - 34.9 - - -
25.0 -0.3 34.3 +1.0 165.8 117
23.9 +0.4 38.4 +1.6 98.6 82
25.6 -0.4 15 33.5 +0.6 63.6 44
24.9 -0.0 38.0 +1.1 124.6 86
25.5 - 38.6 - 92.6 -
22.9 -0.5 37.8 +1.4 156.2 119
27.0 -0.2 31.0 -1.1 0.8 2
23.0 -0.5 12 37.6 +1.4 109.2 85
22.2 - 35.2 - 0.4 -
24.8 - 36.7 - 38.4 -
23.9 - 38.2 - 78.2 -
23.6 -0.6 29 35.8 +2.4 177.2 91
25.0 - 35.0 - 59.2 103
25.2 -0.1 34.9 +0.6 78.2 77
25.2 +0.3 38.4 +1.1 111.2 117
Arnhem
25.5 - 33.8 - 1.2 3
23.2 -0.3 34.6 +0.3 14 25.2 19
24.4 -0.4 33.9 +0.2 10 0.4 1
25.0 -0.3 33.6 -0.0 6.2 8
23.5 -0.9 33.3 +0.1 4.2 6
34 22.1 -1.3 32.9 -0.2 0.0 0
26.2 -0.1 33.5 -0.1 4.2 7
Roper-McArthur
23.9 +0.1 38.1 +0.9 36.0 40
24.3 +0.3 39.4 +0.8 26.4 47
26.4 -0.3 35.1 +0.5 21.6 48
23.7 +0.0 39.8 +1.8 30.0 60
25.4 +1.3 39.7 +1.2 41 3.4 5
24.9 - 40.3 - 5.2 -
23.3 +0.7 38.6 +1.2 61.3 88
Victoria River
25.2 -0.3 40.0 +1.7 42.2 37
24.6 +1.5 39.5 +1.3 35.4 108
26.5 +2.0 40.5 +2.1 37.8 63
25.1 +1.3 38.8 +0.1 48.2 82
Barkly
44 25.7 +2.7 39.6 +1.7 40.1 132
25.2 +1.8 39.4 +0.3 28.9 59
26.5 +2.7 38.5 +2.1 2.4 6
Alice Springs
19.1 +1.2 35.9 +2.2 8.8 31
19.9 +1.7 35.7 +2.4 13.6 44
20.5 +2.6 36.9 +2.5 2.5 10
21.9 +3.0 38.0 +2.1 1.6 7
23.7 +0.5 37.9 +0.5 32.6 157
19.9 +1.6 34.7 +1.5 21.5 89
21.9 -0.1 39.4 +0.8 6.4 15
21.5 +2.7 19 37.7 +2.2 4.0 12
20.5 +2.3 36.9 +2.1 8.8 22
21.6 +1.8 36.5 +1.4 5.0 16
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