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Northern Territory Daily Summaries

Thursday March 30, 2017
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Station
(Ungroup by district)
Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am
°C °C °C °C mm
Darwin-Daly
22.0 -1.4 34 +1 0.0
24.5 -1.0 - - 7.8
24.0 -0.9 32 +0 3.8
20.9 -2.0 33 +1 8.0
23.4 -1.1 - - 21.3
24.4 - 31 - 8.8
22.4 -2.1 32 +0 26.8
24.7 +1.5 36 +2 0.2
23.3 +0.2 35 +1 0.2
22.7 -2.4 32 +0 0.0
22.1 -2.3 32 -2 23.2
24.5 - - - 0.0
25.2 -0.9 31 +0 4.8
23.2 -0.6 34 +1 0.4
23.2 - 31 - 64.6
22.5 - 35 - 25.4
23.1 - 30 - 30.2
24.8 +0.8 32 +0 0.0
24.3 -0.5 32 +1 10.0
26.2 +2.2 33 +0 0.6
24.0 +1.0 35 +1 0.0
Arnhem
27.4 - 33 - 0.0
26.6 +2.9 35 +3 0.0
23.3 -1.2 32 +0 27.6
22.3 -2.4 33 +1 20.8
23.9 -0.9 31 +0 33.6
26.3 +2.4 33 +2 0.0
22.9 -2.3 31 +0 39.4
Roper-McArthur
26.8 +3.5 37 +4 0.0
22.7 -0.4 36 +2 0.2
30.0 +3.7 36 +3 0.0
25.0 +2.5 38 +3 0.0
27.0 +3.6 39 +4 0.0
24.8 - 37 - 0.0
Victoria River
26 +2 36 +1 0.0
23.5 +1.4 39 +4 0.0
25.0 +1.8 38 +3 0.0
24.5 +2.4 - - 0.0
Barkly
26.7 +4.4 - - 0.0
28.8 +5.6 36 +2 0.0
Alice Springs
19.9 +2.4 26 -7 0.0
18.8 +0.2 25 -7 0.0
16.6 -1.9 30 -4 0.0
22.2 +2.9 27 -8 0.0
24.9 +0.9 28 -8 0.0
23.2 +1.6 38 +2 0.0
24.4 +4.9 31 -3 -
17.7 -1.4 27 -7 0.0
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A yellow cell indicates a probable monthly record for this site (sites with ≥ 10 years of records only). The number of years of records available for the relevant field for this month is indicated in black. See the station's climate page for full details.
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