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Eyre Observations

Sunday April 22, 2018
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Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like rh Fire Rain Rain 10' Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm mm hPa
Sun 09:00 WST
NE 31   27.0 8.2 26.0 31 22 -   1016.2
Sun 06:00 WST
N 11   21.0 7.2 21.0 41 8 -   1016.3
Sat 09:00 WST
- 0   17.6 17.4 17.6 99 1 -   1021.2
Sat 06:00 WST
SE 4   7.6 7.0 7.6 96 1 -   1019.9
Fri 09:00 WST
W 7   18.8 16.0 18.8 84 2 -   1015.6
Fri 06:00 WST
- 0   9.9 9.3 9.9 96 1 -   1013.7
Thu 09:00 WST
SE 7   22.5 15.9 22.5 66 3 -   1013.2
Thu 06:00 WST
SSW 2   16.9 15.5 16.9 91 1 -   1012.8
Wed 09:00 WST
NE 7   20.5 14.0 20.5 66 3 -   1015.4
Wed 06:00 WST
N 13   15.6 12.9 15.6 84 2 -   1014.6
Tue 09:00 WST
NE 19   17.5 15.8 17.5 90 2 -   1021.1
Tue 06:00 WST
- 0   12.8 12.4 12.8 97 1 -   1021.4
Mon 09:00 WST
SE 4   20.1 14.8 20.1 72 2 0   1023.2
Mon 06:00 WST
- 0   17.7 12.9 17.7 73 2 -   1022.0
Sun 09:00 WST
W 7   20.4 15.2 20.4 72 3 0   1021.9
Sun 06:00 WST
- 0   13.2 12.1 13.2 93 1 -   1020.3

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EYRE
Eucla, Western Australia
32.2464°S 126.3008°E 6m AMSL
Commenced 1885
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