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Queensland Rainfall Bulletin

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Tuesday July 29, 2014
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rain to 9am interval
mm hours
Peninsula
COCONUT ISLAND 0.4 24
HORN ISLAND 0.4 24
LOCKHART RIVER AIRPORT 0.8 24
MORETON TELEGRAPH STATION 0.6 24
PICCANINNY PLAINS STATION 1.0 24
SCHERGER RAAF 0.2 24
Nth Cst & Tableland
BARTLE VIEW ALERT 13.0 24
BINGIL BAY 1.0 24
CAIRNS AERO 0.6 24
CAPE FLATTERY 0.8 24
CENTRAL MILL TM 11.0 24
CENTRAL MILL ALERT 11.0 24
COOKTOWN AIRPORT 0.2 24
COPPERLODE DAM ALERT 4.0 24
CORSIS ALERT 11.0 24
CRAWFORDS LOOKOUT ALERT 6.0 24
DARADGEE 9.6 24
GREENHAVEN 5.2 24
GREENHAVEN ALERT 5.0 24
INNISFAIL 4.6 24
INNISFAIL WHARF ALERT 4.0 24
KAREEYA 16.4 120
LOW ISLES LIGHTHOUSE 2.0 24
MALANDA ALERT 1.0 24
MAREEBA AIRPORT 0.2 24
MCKELL ROAD ALERT 4.0 24
MENAVALE ALERT 14.0 24
MILLAA MILLAA ALERT 7.0 24
MT GARNET POST OFFICE 0.6 24
MT GARNET ALERT 1.0 24
MT SOPHIA 4.0 24
NERADA ALERT 8.0 24
PORT DOUGLAS - WARNER ST 1.6 24
RAVENSHOE ALERT 2.0 24
MARCO STREET ALERT 11.0 24
SOUTH JOHNSTONE EXP STN 11.0 24
MOSSMAN SOUTH ALCHERA DRIVE 2.2 24
SUTTIES CREEK ALERT 3.0 24
TOPAZ ALERT 10.0 24
TUNG OIL ALERT 9.0 24
TUNG OIL TM 9.0 24
WHITE CLIFF POINT 0.2 24
Central Coast
MACKAY M.O 0.4 24
WILLIS ISLAND 0.2 24
Capricornia
MIDDLE PERCY ISLAND 0.2 24
YEPPOON THE ESPLANADE 0.2 24
Darling Downs
AVOCA TM 0.2 24
PIKEDALE TM 0.2 24
APPLETHORPE 0.2 24
Wide Bay & Burnett
MARYBOROUGH 0.2 24
Southeast Coast
FOXLEY ALERT 1.0 24
LOWOOD DON ST 1.0 96
NAMBOUR DAFF - HILLSIDE 0.2 24
TEWANTIN RSL PARK 0.2 24
WONGAWALLAN ALERT 0.2 24
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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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