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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
11.8 -0.1 - - 49 0.0 0
11.3 +1.9 23 19.0 -3.0 41 0.0 0
12.8 +2.2 20 19.0 -3.4 22 0.0 0
9.6 -0.8 69 19.0 -2.8 71 0.0 0
13.7 +1.0 20 19.0 -3.3 21 0.0 0
Central West
11.7 -1.2 22.0 -2.1 71 0.0 0
9.8 -2.1 - - 44 0.0 0
12.5 -0.8 - - 44 0.0 0
8.9 -1.6 17 20.0 -4.0 17 0.0 0
9.4 -1.8 - - 0.0 0
17.6 -0.9 13 22.0 -2.4 12 1.8 4
Lower West
9.6 -0.7 20 16.0 -3.4 45 0.0 0
6.3 -1.7 57 16.0 -2.8 80 0.0 0
13.5 -0.6 12 19.0 -2.5 12 0.0 0
10.9 +1.6 18 19.0 -3.8 18 0.0 0
- - 48 15.0 -4.2 - -
13.0 +0.6 - - 49 0.0 0
13.0 -0.7 13 19.0 -2.2 13 0.0 0
10.1 -0.7 47 19.0 -3.0 55 0.0 0
15.0 -0.3 24 18.0 -3.1 20 0.0 0
Southwest
6.1 -0.8 16 17.0 -2.7 16 0.2 0
10.3 +0.8 18 18.0 -3.1 19 0.0 0
10.7 +1.4 16 18.0 -2.7 15 0.0 0
13.7 -0.1 19.0 -0.2 107 0.2 0
12.1 -0.7 19.0 -0.7 107 0.4 0
5.7 -0.7 18.0 -2.1 12 0.0 0
8.5 +1.6 - - 38 0.2 0
8.1 -1.2 16.0 -2.0 - -
10 9.4 -2.1 18.0 -1.2 10 0.6 0
8.1 -1.1 14 16.0 -2.5 14 0.6 0
10.3 +0.5 15 18.0 -1.9 15 1.0 1
Southern Coastal
10.7 -0.3 - - 107 0.6 1
9.8 - 17.0 - 0.4 -
10.5 -0.6 19.0 -1.5 45 2.8 4
22 9.4 -1.3 19.0 -1.3 41 1.2 2
19 4.8 -3.8 19 16.0 -3.8 18 0.0 0
12 5.3 -4.6 12 18.0 -2.7 12 0.0 0
6.2 -2.5 - - 99 0.0 0
6.9 -2.8 - - 107 0.0 0
18 7.7 -1.7 18 15.0 -3.7 18 0.0 0
72 3.4 -3.8 18.0 -1.8 0.0 0
Great Southern
4.5 -3.3 - - 105 0.0 0
7.5 -0.1 - - 104 0.0 0
9.5 +1.8 - - 84 0.0 0
15 7.3 -1.6 15 14.0 -5.3 15 0.0 0
8.2 -0.7 16 15.0 -5.2 16 0.0 0
5.1 -2.8 - - 106 0.0 0
6.3 -1.0 16 15.0 -5.0 58 0.0 0
44 7.0 -1.8 - - 107 0.0 0
7.6 -0.5 - - 107 0.0 0
15 3.4 -3.1 15 16.0 -4.1 15 0.0 0
Central Wheatbelt
54 4.9 -4.4 - - 0.2 1
10.8 +2.8 - - 107 0.0 0
5.6 -3.0 17 18.0 -3.9 16 0.0 0
7.3 -2.7 17 18.0 -4.2 17 0.0 0
48 4.5 -4.5 48 18.0 -2.7 106 0.0 0
10.1 +1.8 - - 0.0 0
8.3 -0.2 - - 107 0.0 0
17 2.5 -5.1 17 18.0 -3.4 17 0.0 0
6.0 -4.0 - - 107 0.0 0
10.0 +2.8 - - 18 0.0 0
Gascoyne
11 7.0 -2.4 - - 0.0 0
16.1 +1.2 25.0 -1.2 0.0 0
15.0 -1.5 - - 0.0 0
10.5 -1.6 64 28.0 +4.2 0.0 0
8.2 -3.5 23.0 -0.9 0.0 0
11.2 +0.0 - - 0.0 0
13.5 -1.2 26.0 -1.3 14 0.0 0
Goldfields
72 5.0 -3.7 20.0 -0.7 0.0 0
9.8 -0.7 24.0 +1.9 0.0 0
8.8 -1.9 25.0 +1.8 0.0 0
7.5 -2.0 23.0 -1.6 0.0 0
15 3.7 -3.6 14 19.0 -2.1 14 0.0 0
5.4 -2.9 - - 0.0 0
Eucla
41 6.0 -2.3 - - 0.0 0
9.4 -1.3 20.0 -1.2 0.0 0
6.6 -2.3 - - 63 0.4 1
19 4.8 -4.2 22.0 -0.4 18 0.0 0
10 9.5 -2.1 21.0 -0.3 10 4.4 12
Pilbara
20.9 -0.4 15 32.0 +4.5 0.0 0
24.6 +0.8 28.0 +0.2 39 3.2 2
25.6 +0.6 29.0 -0.3 105 12.6 7
20 23.4 +5.2 32.0 +2.0 0.0 0
16.5 +0.3 39 31.0 +2.5 0.0 0
13 24.0 +6.9 13 36.0 +4.9 - -
17 19.9 +8.1 17 33.0 +5.9 0.0 0
17.7 +1.6 - - 0.0 0
19.2 +1.9 31.0 +1.8 0.0 0
18 20.9 +6.2 18 35.0 +6.0 0.0 0
12 20.4 +3.6 34.0 +2.2 0.0 0
36 23.8 +8.5 36 36.0 +7.0 0.0 0
61 20.7 +4.5 61 33.0 +5.1 0.0 0
Kimberley
19 24.5 +5.5 - - 0.0 0
53 24.2 +5.8 - - 0.0 0
74 23.8 +5.5 33.0 +1.4 0.0 0
23 23.7 +4.6 23 39.0 +5.7 0.0 0
25 22.7 +3.6 - - 0.0 0
29 23.4 +4.5 29 39.0 +6.2 0.0 0
16 21.6 +5.5 16 40.0 +6.9 0.0 0
66 21.6 +4.9 66 37.0 +7.1 0.0 0
20.4 +3.4 15 39.0 +5.6 0.0 0
21.5 +2.7 27 38.0 +5.2 0.0 0
45 22.6 +5.7 47 37.0 +4.9 0.0 0
16.2 +4.0 - - 0.0 0
34 28.1 +2.7 34 34.0 +2.9 0.0 0
49 21.5 +4.2 - - 0.0 0
13 22.0 +5.3 13 35.0 +2.1 0.0 0
13 24.3 +5.1 13 39.0 +5.0 0.0 0
Interior
13.1 +2.3 - - 0.0 0
57 15.3 +3.9 23.0 -0.7 0.2 1
13.7 +2.7 28.0 +2.8 0.0 0
10  
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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