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Southern Cross Ap Daily Summaries

October 2016
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Sat 01/10/2016 9.4 +0.1 20 -6 0.0  
 
October 2016 Average 9.4 +0.1 18 20.0 -6.4    
Oct 1996-2014 Average 9.3   26.4      
Oct 1996-2014 Highest 23.4 27th 2010 40.3 31st 2013    
Oct 1996-2014 Lowest -1.7 1st 2009 15.0 9th 2013    
 
October 2016 Total         17 0.0 0 day(s)
Oct 1996-2014 Average Total         16.4 4.5 day(s)
Oct 1996-2014 Wettest Total         82.4 2011
Oct 1996-2014 Wettest 24hr Total         30.2 25th 2011
Oct 1996-2014 Driest Total         0.8 2000
 
Jan-Oct 2016 Total         287.2 75 day(s)
Jan-Oct 1996-2014 Average Total         274.8 73.7 day(s)
 
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SOUTHERN CROSS AIRFIELD
Central Wheatbelt, Western Australia
31.2353°S 119.3564°E 347m AMSL
Commenced 1996
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SA weather: Conditions ease briefly but Virginia, Port Wakefield, Lewiston brace for more rain

06:12 EDT

Residents in the South Australian towns of Virginia, Lewiston and Port Wakefield had a brief reprieve from the rain overnight but they have been warned further flooding is possible later this afternoon.

SA weather: Virginia, Port Wakefield under threat as rivers burst banks

00:13 EST

The South Australian towns of Virginia and Port Wakefield are under threat from floodwaters as the Gawler and Wakefield rivers burst their banks, with warnings more rain is on the way.

WA storm blacks out homes, blocks roads as severe weather warning cancelled

20:48 EST

About 9,000 properties remain without power in Perth and Western Australia's south-west as conditions ease across the state after damaging winds brought down trees and debris.