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Western Australia Rainfall Bulletin

Sunday May 1, 2016
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Station
(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Central West
LATHAM 0.8 24
NORTH ISLAND 1.8 24
TABLETOP 0.2 24
Lower West
GIDGEGANNUP 0.2 24
NOBLE FALLS 0.2 24
Southwest
BRIDGETOWN 0.2 24
CAPE LEEUWIN 0.2 24
CAPE NATURALISTE 0.4 24
JARRAHWOOD 0.2 24
JINDONG 0.2 24
KARRI VALLEY RESORT 1.4 24
MOUNT WILLIAM 0.2 24
NORTH WALPOLE 0.6 24
SHANNON 0.6 24
WINDY HARBOUR 1.6 24
WITCHCLIFFE 1.0 24
Southern Coastal
ALBANY 0.6 24
ALBANY AIRPORT 0.4 24
BARRETT MEADOWS 1.4 24
DENBARKER 10.2 48
ERINAIR 3.2 24
ESPERANCE 2.8 24
ESPERANCE AERO 1.2 24
MUNGLINUP 3.2 24
PLEASANT VALLEY 2.4 24
PORONGURUPS 0.4 24
TAMAR 0.4 24
THE DUKE 0.4 24
KING RIVER 0.4 24
Great Southern
CULFORD 0.2 24
Central Wheatbelt
BENCUBBIN 0.2 24
Eucla
EYRE 0.4 24
RED ROCKS POINT 4.4 24
Pilbara
CHRISTMAS ISLAND AERO 3.2 24
COCOS ISLAND AIRPORT 12.6 24
Interior
GILES METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE 0.2 24
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