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Mt Seaview Rainfall Reports

December 2016
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Date Rain to 9am interval
mm Hours
Thu 01/12/2016 34.4 24
Fri 02/12/2016 0.4 24
Sat 03/12/2016 0.2 24
Sun 04/12/2016 15.0 24
Mon 05/12/2016 0.0 24
Tue 06/12/2016 7.0 24
Wed 07/12/2016 19.2 24
Thu 08/12/2016 2.2 24
Fri 09/12/2016 27.0 24
 
December 2016 Total 105.4 8 day(s)
December 1960-2014 Average Total 196.6 16.8 day(s)
December 1960-2014 Wettest Total 611.2 2014
December 1960-2014 Wettest 24hr Total 226.0 16th 1988
December 1960-2014 Driest Total 8.0 1979
 
Jan-Dec 2016 Total 2134.8 204 day(s)
Jan-Dec 1960-2014 Average Total 1852.1 170.8 day(s)
 
Highlights the highest daily rainfall during the period.
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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

YARRAS (MOUNT SEAVIEW)
Mid North Coast, New South Wales/ACT
31.3865°S 152.2482°E 155m AMSL
Commenced 1949
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