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Longreach Ap Daily Summaries

December 2016
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Thu 01/12/2016 21.7 -0.4 41.4 +3.9 0.0  
Fri 02/12/2016 23.0 +0.9 43.1 +5.6 -  
Sat 03/12/2016 23.4 +1.3 43.2 +5.7 -  
Sun 04/12/2016 25.3 +3.2 42.1 +4.6 0.0  
Mon 05/12/2016 24.1 +2.0 43.1 +5.6 0.0  
Tue 06/12/2016 25.4 +3.3 43.9 +6.4 0.0  
Wed 07/12/2016 27.3 +5.2 - - 0.0  
Thu 08/12/2016 - - - - -  
 
December 2016 Average 24.3 +2.2 47 42.8 +5.3    
Dec 1967-2014 Average 22.1   37.5      
Dec 1967-2014 Highest 30.7 30th 2013 46.6 1st 1996    
Dec 1967-2014 Lowest 11.8 5th 1968 20.7 27th 2006    
 
December 2016 Total         59 0.0 0 day(s)
Dec 1949-2014 Average Total         56.2 6.3 day(s)
Dec 1949-2014 Wettest Total         195.8 2000
Dec 1949-2014 Wettest 24hr Total         91.4 27th 1964
Dec 1949-2014 Driest Total         3.8 1953
 
Jan-Dec 2016 Total         593.6 60 day(s)
Jan-Dec 1949-2014 Average Total         441.1 47.7 day(s)
 
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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

LONGREACH AERO
Central West, Queensland
23.4397°S 144.2828°E 192m AMSL
Commenced 1949
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