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Wongan Hills Observations

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
ENE 22   14.5 3.8 12.9 49 6 0   1025.3
Fri 15:00 WST
ESE 22   19.5 0.9 19.5 29 15 0   1023.3
Fri 09:00 WST
E 15   13.0 5.7 11.6 61 3 0   1027.1
Thu 15:00 WST
SE 6   25.0 7.2 25.0 32 11 0   1020.4
Thu 09:00 WST
S 4   16.5 7.7 16.5 56 3 0   1021.9
Wed 15:00 WST
E 4   26.5 5.5 26.0 26 13 0   1017.6
Wed 09:00 WST
N 9   19.5 5.5 19.5 40 8 0   1020.6
Tue 15:00 WST
E 4   27.0 1.4 26.0 19 17 0   1017.9
Tue 09:00 WST
NE 15   19.0 1.7 19.0 31 11 0   1021.9
Mon 15:00 WST
NE 6   27.3 4.4 26.0 23 16 0   1021.2
Mon 09:00 WST
NE 9   18.5 9.1 18.5 54 5 0   1025.7
Sun 15:00 WST
E 19   26.5 5.5 26.0 26 19 0   1022.8
Sun 09:00 WST
E 15   19.0 6.1 19.0 43 8 0   1026.2
Sat 15:00 WST
E 15   26.2 2.6 26.0 22 20 0   1020.4
Sat 09:00 WST
E 2   17.3 7.1 17.3 51 4 0   1023.4

Station Details

WONGAN HILLS
Central Wheatbelt, Western Australia
30.8917°S 116.7186°E 283m AMSL
Commenced 1907

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