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Bungwahl Rainfall Reports

July 2018
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Date Rain to 9am interval
mm Hours
Sun 01/07/2018 0.0 24
Mon 02/07/2018 1.0 24
Tue 03/07/2018 3.0 24
Wed 04/07/2018 0.0 24
Thu 05/07/2018 1.0 24
Fri 06/07/2018 0.0 24
Sat 07/07/2018 0.0 24
Sun 08/07/2018 0.0 24
Mon 09/07/2018 0.0 24
Tue 10/07/2018 7.0 24
Wed 11/07/2018 0.0 24
Thu 12/07/2018 1.0 24
Fri 13/07/2018 0.0 24
Sat 14/07/2018 0.0 24
Sun 15/07/2018 0.0 24
Mon 16/07/2018 0.0 24
Tue 17/07/2018 0.0 24
Wed 18/07/2018 0.0 24
 
July 2018 Total 13.0 5 day(s)
 
Jan-Jul 2018 Total 679.0 65 day(s)
 
Highlights the highest daily rainfall during the period.
10  
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.

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BUNGWAHL
Mid North Coast, New South Wales/ACT
32.3750°S 152.3808°E 0m AMSL
Commenced 2002
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