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Tasmania Rainfall Bulletin

Thursday April 27, 2017
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Station
(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Northwest Coast
CAPE GRIM 5 24
CAPE GRIM BAPS (COMPARISON) 5 24
LUNCHEON HILL (FORESTRY) 2 24
MARRAWAH 5 24
SMITHTON AERODROME 0.2 24
WYNYARD AIRPORT 0.2 24
Northeast
LARAPUNA (EDDYSTONE POINT) 2 24
SCOTTSDALE (WEST MINSTONE ROAD) 0.2 24
SWAN ISLAND 3 24
West & Sth Coast
CAPE SORELL 2 24
LOW ROCKY POINT 4 24
MAATSUYKER ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE 1 24
MAYDENA POST OFFICE 0.6 24
MOUNT READ 6 24
SCOTTS PEAK DAM 4 24
STRAHAN AERODROME 2 24
WARRA 5 24
Lower Derwent
CAMPANIA (KINCORA) 0.4 24
CAPE BRUNY (CAPE BRUNY) 5 24
CAPE BRUNY LIGHTHOUSE 4 24
DENNES POINT 1 24
DUNALLEY (STROUD POINT) 3 24
HOBART (ELLERSLIE ROAD) 2 24
HOBART AIRPORT 0.2 24
HARTZ MOUNTAIN (KEOGHS PIMPLE) 3 24
TASMAN ISLAND 2 24
Central
BUTLERS GORGE 3 24
LAKE ST CLAIR NATIONAL PARK 3 24
LIAWENEE 0.2 24
East Coast
BICHENO (COUNCIL DEPOT) 1 24
FINGAL (LEGGE STREET) 0.8 24
FRIENDLY BEACHES 0.6 24
MARIA ISLAND (POINT LESUEUR) 1 24
ST HELENS AERODROME 1 24
Central North
CRESSY RESEARCH STATION 0.2 24
Midlands
MELTON MOWBRAY (NORTH STOCKMAN) 0.2 24
ROSS (THE BOULEVARDS) 0.2 24
TUNNACK FIRE STATION 1 24
King Island
KING ISLAND AIRPORT 0.8 24
Furneaux Islands
FLINDERS ISLAND AIRPORT 7 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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