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Camooweal Daily Summaries
|Date||Min to 9am||Anomaly||Max from 9am||Anomaly||Rain to 9am|
|February 2016 Average||22.9||-0.9||35.2||-1.1|
|Feb 1940-2014 Average||23.8||36.3|
|Feb 1940-2014 Highest||30.0||2nd 2014||45.5||19th 1983|
|Feb 1940-2014 Lowest||12.8||25th 1949||15.0||24th 1949|
|February 2016 Total||7.4||4 day(s)|
|Feb 1892-2014 Average Total||93.1||8.2 day(s)|
|Feb 1892-2014 Wettest Total||384.6||2000|
|Feb 1892-2014 Wettest 24hr Total||132.0||9th 2009|
|Feb 1892-2014 Driest Total||0.0||1931|
|Jan-Feb 2016 Total||56.8||12 day(s)|
|Jan-Feb 1892-2014 Average Total||189.9||16.5 day(s)|
As expected, the rainfall totals were of the order of hundreds of millimetres on the Central Coast and Capricornia of Queensland over the course of the weekend, with some places having their largest falls this wet season.
The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) says it was given just one day's notice about a major CSIRO restructure that could impact joint projects between the agencies.
Western Australia's west is currently enduring one of its worst heatwaves in years, with records likely to tumble in some areas.