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Saturday April 25, 2015
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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 09:00 WST
ESE 22   25.1 8.2 26.0 34 15 0   1015.3
Fri 15:00 WST
ESE 15   30.0 12.8 29.0 35 14 0   1011.6
Fri 09:00 WST
ESE 20   22.7 11.9 22.7 51 7 0   1015.3
Thu 15:00 WST
SE 20   28.0 13.8 28.0 42 12 0   1010.9
Thu 09:00 WST
ESE 19   19.5 11.3 19.5 59 5 0   1014.4
Wed 15:00 WST
ESE 24   26.5 12.8 27.0 43 12 0   1010.4
Wed 09:00 WST
ESE 20   20.1 11.9 20.1 59 5 0   1014.4
Tue 15:00 WST
E 9   25.8 14.5 26.0 50 7 0   1010.8
Tue 09:00 WST
ENE 26   22.5 13.2 22.5 56 7 0   1014.5
Mon 15:00 WST
ESE 15   28.0 13.6 28.0 41 11 0   1012.7
Mon 09:00 WST
E 26   24.3 13.2 24.3 50 9 0   1016.2
Sun 15:00 WST
ENE 22   23.5 14.8 23.5 58 6 0   1015.4
Sun 09:00 WST
E 17   22.0 16.2 22.0 70 3 8   1016.6
Sat 15:00 WST
ENE 11   21.9 19.9 21.9 88 2 6   1014.3
Sat 09:00 WST
E 7   20.2 19.6 20.2 96 1 18   1017.0

Station Details

EMU CREEK STATION
Pilbara, Western Australia
23.0314°S 115.0414°E 111m AMSL
Commenced 1898

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