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Queensland Rainfall Bulletin

Wednesday March 29, 2017
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Station
(Group by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
ALVA BEACH 24 24
AYR DPI RESEARCH STN 8 24
BEERBURRUM FOREST STATION 0.8 24
BLACKWATER AIRPORT 25 24
BOWEN AIRPORT AWS 267 24
BRISBANE AERO 0.6 -
BUNDABERG AERO 52.8 -
CAPE MORETON LIGHTHOUSE 1 24
CHARTERS TOWERS AIRPORT 7 24
CLERMONT AIRPORT 37 24
COCONUT ISLAND 0.2 24
DOUBLE ISLAND POINT LIGHTHOUSE 47 24
EMERALD AIRPORT 12 24
GAYNDAH AIRPORT 5 24
GLADSTONE RADAR 69 24
GLADSTONE AIRPORT 19 107 24
GYMPIE 23 24
HERVEY BAY AIRPORT 65 24
HORN ISLAND 6 24
INNISFAIL AERODROME 1 24
INNISFAIL 0.2 24
LADY ELLIOT ISLAND 21 24
LOCHINGTON 5 24
LOCKHART RIVER AIRPORT 38 24
MACKAY M.O 114.6 -
MACKAY AERO 111 24
MARYBOROUGH 8 24
MIDDLE PERCY ISLAND 11 119 24
WOOLSHED 7 24
MONTO TOWNSHIP 40 24
MORANBAH AIRPORT 115 24
NAMBOUR DAFF - HILLSIDE 2 24
RAINBOW BEACH 44 24
ROCKHAMPTON AERO 77.6 -
ROLLESTON AIRPORT 15 24
SAMUEL HILL AERO 12 24
SANDY CAPE LIGHTHOUSE 14 24
SCHERGER RAAF 13 24
SPRINGSURE COMET ST 0.8 24
ST LAWRENCE 145 24
SUNSHINE COAST AIRPORT 0.4 24
TAROOM POST OFFICE 0.4 24
TEWANTIN RSL PARK 6 24
THANGOOL AIRPORT 24.8 -
SEVENTEEN SEVENTY 27 24
TOWNSVILLE AERO 4.8 -
WEIPA AERO 23.2 -
WILLIAMSON 53 24
YEPPOON THE ESPLANADE 17 24
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