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Lobethal Rainfall Reports

January 2018
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Date Rain to 9am interval
mm Hours
Mon 01/01/2018 - -
Tue 02/01/2018 - -
Wed 03/01/2018 - -
Thu 04/01/2018 - -
Fri 05/01/2018 - -
Sat 06/01/2018 - -
Sun 07/01/2018 - -
Mon 08/01/2018 - -
Tue 09/01/2018 - -
Wed 10/01/2018 - -
Thu 11/01/2018 - -
Fri 12/01/2018 8.3 24
 
January 2018 Total 8.3 1 day(s)
 
Jan-Jan 2018 Total 8.3 1 day(s)
 
Highlights the highest daily rainfall during the period.
10  
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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LOBETHAL
Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia
34.9044°S 138.8742°E 459m AMSL
Commenced 1883
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Canberra braces for heatwave as temperatures expected to soar above 37C for four consecutive days

20:15 EDT

Canberrans are about to swelter through the weekend, with four consecutive days at or above 37 degrees Celsius.

Southern states swelter as power supply struggles

19:13 EDT

The power supply in Victoria and South Australia is being put to the test as five of the states and territories face an extreme heatwave, with temperatures in some areas already hitting 40 degrees Celsius.

Melbourne hits 42C before cool change as authorities defend 'heat kills' warnings

18:35 EDT

Melburnians — and the world's best tennis players — have battled through temperatures of about 42 degrees Celsius, as energy authorities curtailed some industrial users' power consumption and firefighters across Victoria stood on high alert.