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Tewantin Daily Summaries

July 2014
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date min to 9am anomaly max from 9am anomaly rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Tue 01/07/2014 6.5 -4.7 17.9 -3.2 0.0  
Wed 02/07/2014 5.8 -5.4 20.6 -0.5 0.0  
Thu 03/07/2014 8.5 -2.7 21.1 +0.0 0.0  
Fri 04/07/2014 14.9 +3.7 21.6 +0.5 0.8  
Sat 05/07/2014 14.3 +3.1 23.0 +1.9 1.4  
Sun 06/07/2014 9.6 -1.6 21.6 +0.5 0.2  
Mon 07/07/2014 5.3 -5.9 19.0 -2.1 0.0  
Tue 08/07/2014 5.7 -5.5 20.5 -0.6 0.0  
Wed 09/07/2014 6.1 -5.1 21.2 +0.1 0.0  
Thu 10/07/2014 9.6 -1.6 21.0 -0.1 0.0  
Fri 11/07/2014 6.6 -4.6 21.2 +0.1 0.0  
Sat 12/07/2014 5.7 -5.5 22.6 +1.5 0.0  
Sun 13/07/2014 5.4 -5.8 20 -1 0.0  
 
July 2014 Average 8.0 -3.2 20.9 -0.2    
Jul 1996-2013 Average 11.2   21.1      
Jul 1996-2013 Highest 19.5 14th 2012 27.9 8th 1998    
Jul 1996-2013 Lowest 2.8 20th 2007 15.1 8th 2008    
 
July 2014 Total         2.4 3 day(s)
Jul 1996-2013 Average Total         81.2 12.1 day(s)
Jul 1996-2013 Wettest Total         284.4 1999
Jul 1996-2013 Wettest 24hr Total         94.0 25th 1999
Jul 1996-2013 Driest Total         1.4 2002
 
Jan-Jul 2014 Total         629.6 96 day(s)
Jan-Jul 1996-2013 Average Total         1186.0 104.0 day(s)
 
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Station Details

TEWANTIN RSL PARK
Southeast Coast, Queensland
26.3911°S 153.0403°E 6m AMSL
Commenced 1995

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