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Moruya Heads Observations

Monday May 2, 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
Sun 15:00 EST
W 37   20.2 8.4 20.2 47 12 0   1005.1
Sun 09:00 EST
N 15   20.7 15.3 20.7 71 3 0   1007.6
Sat 15:00 EST
ENE 28   23.1 18.5 23.1 75 4 0   1012.9
Sat 09:00 EST
NNW 7   19.0 17.5 19.0 91 1 4   1016.9
Fri 15:00 EST
NE 26   21.2 18.5 21.2 85 3 0   1015.4
Fri 09:00 EST
- 0   16.5 12.7 16.5 78 2 0   1020.9
Thu 15:00 EST
NE 19   22.8 18.7 22.8 78 3 0   1019.3
Thu 09:00 EST
- 0   15.0 12.6 15.0 86 1 0   1022.5
Wed 15:00 EST
NE 41   21.8 15.5 21.8 67 7 0   1020.6
Wed 09:00 EST
NNE 19   18.6 13.1 18.6 70 3 0   1025.6
Tue 15:00 EST
NE 30   21.5 15.7 21.5 70 5 0   1026.2
Tue 09:00 EST
- 0   14.0 12.2 14.0 89 1 0   1029.6
Mon 15:00 EST
NE 30   20.5 14.2 20.5 67 5 0   1028.3
Mon 09:00 EST
WSW 9   14.5 12.9 14.1 90 1 0   1031.7

Station Details

MORUYA HEADS PILOT STATION
South Coast, New South Wales/ACT
35.9093°S 150.1532°E 17m AMSL
Commenced 1875
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