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Alyangula Daily Summaries

February 2018
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
 
February 2018 Average -   -      
Feb 1983-2012 Average 25.6   32.4      
Feb 1983-2012 Highest 29.7 20th 1983 38.8 19th 1983    
Feb 1983-2012 Lowest 20.5 19th 2012 27.0 7th 2001    
 
February 2018 Total         - 0 day(s)
Feb 1970-2012 Average Total         234.7 15.3 day(s)
Feb 1970-2012 Wettest Total         773.0 1987
Feb 1970-2012 Wettest 24hr Total         212.8 3rd 1991
Feb 1970-2012 Driest Total         38.6 1986
 
Jan-Feb 2018 Total         - 0 day(s)
Jan-Feb 1970-2012 Average Total         455.1 29.4 day(s)
 
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Station Details

ALYANGULA POLICE
Arnhem, Northern Territory
13.8483°S 136.4198°E 20m AMSL
Commenced 1970 / Closed 2012
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Weather News

Trawler Dianne crew remembered by friends, family in Bundaberg ceremony

18:03 EDT

Family and friends of six men who died in a trawler accident off Queensland's coast have said a final goodbye at a memorial held at Bundaberg Marina in southern Queensland.

Thunderstorms light up the Kimberley sky

17:30 EDT

A low over northern areas of Western Australia's Kimberley region is generating plenty of thunderstorms and areas of heavy rain over an already saturated landscape.

Queensland weather: Heavy rain eases across south-east, disaster package announced

15:13 EDT

After more than 24 hours of heavy rain across south-east Queensland, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has cancelled all severe weather warnings for the region, indicating the worst is over for the time being.