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Keyneton Rainfall Reports

May 2016
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Date Rain to 9am interval
mm Hours
Sun 01/05/2016 1.2 24
Mon 02/05/2016 0.0 24
Tue 03/05/2016 0.0 24
Wed 04/05/2016 1.4 24
Thu 05/05/2016 0.0 24
Fri 06/05/2016 0.0 24
Sat 07/05/2016 0.0 24
Sun 08/05/2016 4.8 24
Mon 09/05/2016 0.2 24
Tue 10/05/2016 8.0 24
Wed 11/05/2016 0.4 24
Thu 12/05/2016 1.4 24
Fri 13/05/2016 0.0 24
Sat 14/05/2016 0.0 24
Sun 15/05/2016 0.0 24
Mon 16/05/2016 0.4 24
Tue 17/05/2016 0.4 24
Wed 18/05/2016 0.0 24
Thu 19/05/2016 0.0 24
Fri 20/05/2016 0.0 24
Sat 21/05/2016 0.0 24
Sun 22/05/2016 0.0 24
Mon 23/05/2016 2.6 24
Tue 24/05/2016 0.2 24
Wed 25/05/2016 1.2 24
Thu 26/05/2016 20.2 24
 
May 2016 Total 42.4 13 day(s)
May 1988-2008 Average Total 41.1 14.3 day(s)
May 1988-2008 Wettest Total 67.7 1995
May 1988-2008 Wettest 24hr Total 36.0 3rd 1995
May 1988-2008 Driest Total 2.0 2006
 
Jan-May 2016 Total 139.4 35 day(s)
Jan-May 1988-2009 Average Total 111.4 36.5 day(s)
 
Highlights the highest daily rainfall during the period.
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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.

Station Details

KEYNETON (SEDAN HILL)
Murraylands, South Australia
34.5444°S 139.1930°E 462m AMSL
Commenced 2006
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