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Western Australia Rainfall Bulletin

Monday May 30, 2016
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Station
(Group by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
ACTON PARK 0.2 24
ALBANY AIRPORT 0.2 24
ASTON DOWNS ALERT 0.6 24
BANNISTER 0.2 24
BENCUBBIN 0.1 24
BIDYADANGA 0.6 24
BORDEN 6.0 72
BRIDGETOWN 0.2 24
BUSSELTON AERO 0.2 24
BUSSELTON SHIRE 13.4 72
CAPE LEEUWIN 0.2 24
CAPEL NORTH 0.2 24
CARNAMAH 2.6 72
CHRISTMAS ISLAND AERO 19.8 24
COCOS ISLAND AIRPORT 23.4 24
COLLIE 13.8 72
COONDEE 0.2 24
CRANBROOK 10.0 48
CULFORD 0.2 24
DALYUP PARK 2.0 24
DARKAN 10.4 72
DENMARK 18.4 72
DUMBLEYUNG 0.3 48
ENEABBA 0.4 96
ESPERANCE 1.0 24
ESPERANCE AERO 1.2 24
EYRE 0.4 24
FERGUSON VALLEY 0.4 24
GILES METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE 2.0 24
GNOWANGERUP 7.0 72
GOOMALLING 3.6 72
HOPETOUN NORTH 7.8 24
JARRAHDALE 0.2 24
JINDONG 0.2 24
KARRI VALLEY RESORT 0.2 24
KENDENUP 1.0 48
KONDININ 1.8 72
LAKE GRACE 0.2 24
MEDINA RESEARCH CENTRE 0.1 24
MIDLAND 1.8 72
MOASCAR 0.2 24
MOUNT WILLIAM 0.2 24
MUNDARING 0.4 48
MUNGLINUP 2.0 24
MUNGLINUP WEST 1.4 24
NABAWA 0.8 72
NANNUP 20.8 72
NARRIKUP WEST 108.0 96
NEW NORCIA 0.2 24
NEWDEGATE RESEARCH STATION 0.2 24
NORTH ISLAND 0.2 24
NORTHCLIFFE 9.7 48
NUNGARIN 0.7 72
NUNILE 0.2 24
ONGERUP 5.0 72
PEMBERTON 27.0 72
RED ROCKS POINT 0.6 24
ROCKY GULLY 0.2 24
SALMON GUMS RES.STN. 0.2 24
SERPENTINE 0.2 24
THE DUKE 4.6 24
THREE SPRINGS 1.2 72
TOODYAY EAST 0.2 24
WALPOLE 17.7 72
WALPOLE FORESTRY 17.0 24
WANDERING 0.2 24
WANNEROO 15.4 72
TELINA DOWNS 3.2 24
WILLIAMS 12.6 72
WINDY HARBOUR 0.2 24
WITCHCLIFFE 0.2 24
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