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Northern Territory Rainfall Bulletin

Tuesday February 20, 2018
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(Group by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
BATCHELOR AIRPORT 1 24
BLACK POINT 2.8 24
BRADSHAW-ANGALLARI VALLEY (DEFENCE) 0.2 24
BULMAN 0.4 24
CAPE WESSEL 0.2 24
CHANNEL POINT 24.0 24
CROKER ISLAND AIRPORT 0.6 24
DARWIN AIRPORT 10.0 24
DUM IN MIRRIE AIRSTRIP 2 24
GROOTE EYLANDT AIRPORT 2 24
JABIRU AIRPORT 21.2 24
KATHERINE COUNTRY CLUB 16 24
MCCLUER ISLAND 25 24
MIDDLE POINT 36 24
MOUNT BUNDEY NORTH (DEFENCE) 18 24
MOUNT BUNDEY SOUTH (DEFENCE) 5 24
MURGANELLA AIRSTRIP 12 24
NGAYAWILI 4 24
NOONAMAH AIRSTRIP 1 24
OENPELLI AIRPORT 44 24
PIRLANGIMPI AIRPORT 0.2 24
POINT STUART 0.6 24
PORT KEATS AIRPORT 8 24
TINDAL RAAF 7.2 24
WARRUWI AIRPORT 11 24
WATARRKA 2 0
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