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Inverell Observations

Saturday December 3, 2016
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Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like rh Fire Rain Rain 10' Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm mm hPa
Sat 15:00 EDT
NW 4   35.7 9.4 34.0 20 23 0   -
Sat 09:00 EDT
N 4   27.5 10.8 27.0 35 10 0   -
Fri 15:00 EDT
SW 2   32.5 9.3 31.0 24 17 0   -
Fri 09:00 EDT
NE 2   23.0 15.7 23.0 63 3 0   -
Thu 15:00 EDT
W 2   31.0 9.4 29.0 26 15 0   -
Thu 09:00 EDT
NE 2   19.5 10.5 19.5 56 4 0   -
Wed 15:00 EDT
W 2   29.0 10.0 28.0 31 12 0   -
Wed 09:00 EDT
N 2   21.4 11.0 21.4 52 4 0   -
Tue 15:00 EDT
N 2   28.0 10.9 27.0 34 10 0   -
Tue 09:00 EDT
N 2   19.0 13.0 19.0 68 2 9   -
Mon 15:00 EDT
W 2   27.8 7.0 27.0 27 13 0   -
Mon 09:00 EDT
SW 2   21.5 10.7 21.5 50 5 0   -
Sun 15:00 EDT
W 4   28.5 9.2 27.0 30 13 0   -
Sun 09:00 EDT
NNW 9   20.5 13.9 20.5 66 3 0   -
Sat 15:00 EDT
WNW 9   27.4 9.7 27.0 33 13 0   -
Sat 09:00 EDT
NNE 2   21.0 12.4 21.0 58 4 0   -

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INVERELL (RAGLAN ST)
Northern Tablelands, New South Wales/ACT
29.7796°S 151.1121°E 582m AMSL
Commenced 1995
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