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Western Australia Rainfall Bulletin

Tuesday October 17, 2017
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Station
(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Perth
BICKLEY 16 24
GOSNELLS CITY 7 24
JANDAKOT AERO 10 24
MILLENDON (SWAN VALLEY) 8 24
PEARCE RAAF 5.6 -
PERTH METRO 10.6 -
PERTH AIRPORT 8 24
SWANBOURNE 5 24
Central West
CARNAMAH 0.5 -
GERALDTON AIRPORT 1 24
JURIEN BAY 1 24
KALBARRI 2 24
MORAWA AIRPORT 1 24
MULLEWA 0.7 24
Lower West
DWELLINGUP 22 24
GINGIN AERO 7 24
LANCELIN 3 24
MANDURAH 2 24
ROTTNEST ISLAND 3 24
Southwest
BRIDGETOWN 15 24
BUNBURY 4 24
BUSSELTON AERO 5 24
CAPE LEEUWIN 4 24
CAPE NATURALISTE 5 24
COLLIE EAST 16 24
DONNYBROOK 13.0 -
JARRAHWOOD 15.0 -
MANJIMUP 7.2 -
NORTH WALPOLE 23 24
PEMBERTON 15.8 -
SHANNON 12 24
WITCHCLIFFE 5.4 -
Southern Coastal
ALBANY 4 24
ALBANY AIRPORT 4 24
JACUP 1 24
MOUNT BARKER 4.4 -
ONGERUP 4.2 -
ROCKY GULLY 6 24
Great Southern
BROOKTON 1.0 -
KATANNING 6 24
LAKE GRACE 1.0 -
NARROGIN 2.8 -
NEWDEGATE RESEARCH STATION 2 24
PINGELLY 2 24
WAGIN 6.5 -
WANDERING 5.6 -
Central Wheatbelt
BENCUBBIN 0.6 0
BEVERLEY 1.4 -
CUNDERDIN AIRFIELD 5 24
DALWALLINU 0.8 24
GOOMALLING 2.6 -
KELLERBERRIN 3 0
MERREDIN 1.6 -
NORTHAM 4.3 -
WONGAN HILLS 4.0 -
YORK 3.0 -
Gascoyne
CARNARVON AIRPORT 0.2 -
DENHAM 0.2 24
PAYNES FIND 0.2 -
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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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