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Western Australia Monthly Summaries

May 2016
Station
(Ungroup by district)
Mean min Anomaly Mean max Anomaly Total rain Percent of mean
°C °C °C °C mm %
Perth
10.7 -1.2 21.1 -1.7 126.2 134
8.9 -0.5 20.6 -1.4 137.0 126
10.3 -0.3 20.8 -1.6 112.0 124
9.6 -0.8 20.8 -1.0 102.0 102
12.3 -0.4 20 20.6 -1.7 111.6 122
Central West
9.7 -1.1 22.2 -0.4 31.6 64
37 9.9 -2.5 23.9 -0.3 26.6 38
11.2 -1.8 23.5 -0.6 30.0 43
10.5 -1.4 22.8 -0.4 60.7 77
12.2 -1.1 25.2 -0.7 31.2 54
9.1 -1.4 22.1 -1.9 38.4 90
10.7 -0.5 23.3 -0.4 21.1 45
13 16.8 -1.7 13 23.1 -1.3 12 11.8 24
Lower West
9.9 -0.4 17.6 -1.8 156.4 118
7.9 -0.1 18.1 -0.7 217.2 137
13.8 -0.3 12 19.9 -1.6 81.6 101
7.5 -1.8 21.0 -1.8 92.6 119
7.8 -1.3 18.1 -1.1 162.6 117
11.5 -0.9 21.4 -1.2 58.2 70
13.0 -0.7 19.9 -1.3 72.0 75
8.7 -2.1 20.8 -1.2 90.2 115
15.0 -0.3 20.3 -0.8 68.8 88
Southwest
6.8 -0.1 16 18.1 -1.6 130.8 124
9.4 -0.1 18 19.4 -1.7 95.0 93
8.5 -0.8 16 19.2 -1.5 90.2 84
14.4 +0.6 19.2 -0.0 115.8 83
12.9 +0.1 19.9 +0.2 107.0 94
6.2 -0.2 18.7 -1.4 131.2 138
8.2 +0.0 19.7 -0.4 149.8 111
7.2 +0.3 19.2 -0.7 155.0 122
8.8 -0.5 17.6 -0.4 82.0 63
10.8 -0.7 18.1 -1.1 151.0 119
10.2 +0.5 19.0 +0.6 187.4 127
8.8 -0.4 14 16.8 -1.7 193.8 148
10.4 +0.6 18.8 -1.1 193.4 136
Southern Coastal
11.2 +0.2 18.6 -0.4 97.4 84
9.1 - 18.5 - 80.8 -
10.7 -0.4 20.0 -0.5 71.0 98
9.8 -0.9 19.8 -0.5 55.2 87
7.6 -1.0 18.6 -1.2 16.6 47
7.9 -0.9 18.3 +0.5 70.8 82
12 8.7 -1.2 19.5 -1.2 70.8 164
8.0 -0.7 18.6 -0.3 34.8 80
8.6 -1.0 19.2 -0.9 47.6 108
8.6 -0.8 17.0 -1.7 112.0 143
6.7 -0.5 19.6 -0.2 35.6 104
Great Southern
6.6 -1.2 19.3 -1.2 54.6 98
6.6 -1.0 18.9 -0.8 47.1 101
6.1 -1.6 19.6 -1.2 41.9 107
8.2 -0.7 15 17.4 -1.9 56.2 110
7.9 -1.0 16 18.5 -1.7 30.2 94
7.3 -0.6 18.2 -0.3 55.6 88
6.6 -0.7 18.3 -1.7 48.2 109
7.3 -1.5 18.8 -0.8 55.6 95
8.9 +0.8 18.5 -0.9 51.4 93
6.0 -0.5 15 18.5 -1.6 84.0 147
Central Wheatbelt
8.0 -1.3 19.3 -1.7 41.1 113
7.7 -0.3 20.1 -1.3 45.8 85
7.4 -1.2 17 19.9 -2.0 43.0 126
8.6 -1.4 17 19.8 -2.4 46.2 118
7.6 -1.9 21.2 -0.6 36.8 76
6.0 -2.4 19.6 -1.2 15.2 36
6.7 -2.3 19.4 -1.3 41.8 101
7.6 -0.7 19.2 -1.7 51.7 137
7.1 -1.4 20.2 -1.1 60.1 108
5.3 -2.3 19.9 -1.5 37.6 124
8.2 -1.8 20.0 -1.5 42.2 81
6.5 -0.7 20.2 -1.7 50.5 108
Gascoyne
8.8 -0.6 23.4 -0.6 25.8 131
15.2 +0.3 26.2 +0.0 3.8 11
16.0 -0.5 23.9 -1.8 8.0 21
13.1 +1.0 25.2 +1.4 21.2 92
10.8 -0.9 23.1 -0.8 21.4 110
11.6 +0.4 25.4 -0.6 20.8 108
8.9 -0.7 20.5 -2.6 38.4 101
14.3 -0.4 26.4 -0.9 9.2 34
Goldfields
7.5 -1.2 21.7 +1.0 1.4 5
10.7 +0.2 23.5 +1.4 11.4 68
11.0 +0.3 24.0 +0.8 9.4 49
10.1 +0.6 23.8 -0.8 9.0 290
15 5.2 -2.1 21.0 -0.1 17.2 84
11.6 +1.3 26.2 +2.0 92.5 381
8.2 -0.1 24.3 +0.8 5.7 23
Eucla
7.8 -0.5 21.9 +0.5 14.4 53
10.4 -0.3 22.6 +1.4 39.8 124
7.0 -1.9 23.4 +1.6 19.9 50
8.8 -0.2 22.7 +0.3 28.0 138
10 10.3 -1.3 22.6 +1.3 40.2 114
Pilbara
21.9 +0.6 27.9 +0.4 28.8 46
24.5 +0.7 28.2 +0.4 428.6 242
25.8 +0.8 29.6 +0.3 262.6 136
20.6 +2.4 30.8 +0.8 20.8 72
16.3 +0.1 29.6 +1.1 0.8 2
13 19.9 +2.8 32.9 +1.8 0.0 0
14.9 +3.1 28.4 +1.4 27.6 157
18.5 +2.4 39 33.0 +3.2 0.4 1
19.0 +1.7 30.4 +1.2 17.2 33
17.1 +2.4 30.1 +1.1 21.0 119
20.0 +2.7 32.3 +1.7 6.6 24
18.3 +1.5 32.7 +0.9 4.8 18
36 18.7 +3.4 30.4 +1.4 71.6 381
18.3 +2.1 30.3 +2.4 11.2 44
Kimberley
19 22.5 +3.5 19 34.3 +2.5 8.4 93
21.2 +2.8 32.7 +0.3 95.0 374
21.0 +2.7 32.0 +0.4 91.6 338
21.1 +2.0 33.5 +0.2 4.6 27
25 22.9 +3.8 31.9 +0.9 104.4 243
29 21.9 +3.0 33.9 +1.1 50.2 273
16.8 +2.1 32.7 +1.6 24.7 170
19.4 +3.3 33.6 +0.5 16 115.6 988
19.3 +2.6 31.8 +1.9 44.2 348
15 21.1 +4.1 15 35.5 +2.1 76.4 422
20.9 +2.1 34.8 +2.0 35.2 518
45 19.6 +2.7 32.7 +0.6 134.6 583
16.7 +4.5 31.1 +1.1 85.0 578
34 27.1 +1.7 32.7 +1.6 26.0 58
10 23.7 +2.1 10 33.7 +1.8 4.2 12
20.8 +3.5 49 34.8 +2.6 26.2 349
13 19.9 +3.2 33.6 +0.7 13 79.0 731
22.7 +3.5 35.5 +1.5 88.4 834
Interior
13.3 +2.5 26.1 +0.7 41.9 270
12.7 +1.3 24.8 +1.1 42.2 208
12.9 +1.9 25.5 +0.3 19.0 117
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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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