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Mt Gambier Daily Summaries
|Date||Min to 9am||Anomaly||Max from 9am||Anomaly||Rain to 9am|
|September 2014 Average||7.0||+0.7||72 13.7||-2.2|
|Sep 1942-2013 Average||6.3||15.9|
|Sep 1942-2013 Highest||17.7||30th 2001||32.2||30th 1961|
|Sep 1942-2013 Lowest||-3.4||3rd 1959||8.2||13th 1943|
|September 2014 Total||72 18.0||2 day(s)|
|Sep 1942-2013 Average Total||72.4||19.8 day(s)|
|Sep 1942-2013 Wettest Total||129.0||1996|
|Sep 1942-2013 Wettest 24hr Total||32.5||14th 1961|
|Sep 1942-2013 Driest Total||26.7||1967|
|Jan-Sep 2014 Total||543.2||125 day(s)|
|Jan-Sep 1942-2013 Average Total||565.7||148.7 day(s)|
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