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Wongan Hills Daily Summaries

December 2016
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Thu 01/12/2016 12.0 -3.8 28.8 -3.6 0.0  
Fri 02/12/2016 11.0 -4.8 33.5 +1.1 0.0  
Sat 03/12/2016 12.0 -3.8 27.5 -4.9 0.0  
Sun 04/12/2016 14.5 -1.3 - - 0.0  
 
December 2016 Average 12.4 -3.4 29.9 -2.5    
Dec 1966-2014 Average 15.8   32.4      
Dec 1966-2014 Highest 28.1 17th 2006 45.0 29th 2009    
Dec 1966-2014 Lowest 7.3 2nd 1998 19.4 1st 1983    
 
December 2016 Total         0.0 0 day(s)
Dec 1907-2014 Average Total         9.9 2.0 day(s)
Dec 1907-2014 Wettest Total         71.4 2007
Dec 1907-2014 Wettest 24hr Total         57.2 17th 1923
Dec 1907-2014 Driest Total         0.0 1907
 
Jan-Dec 2016 Total         508.0 116 day(s)
Jan-Dec 1907-2014 Average Total         384.4 78.0 day(s)
 
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Station Details

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

Stormy start to summer for southeast QLD

17:25 EDT

Saturday's storms produced large hail, intense rainfall and destructive winds to several locations across southeast Queensland as two large storms rolled over in quick succession.

Queensland storms: BOM forecasts more storms for southern Queensland after night of destruction

16:01 EDT

Two homes in south-east Queensland were destroyed by fire during yesterday's super cell storms, which also overturned caravans and saw a teenager struck by lightning.

Mid 40-degree heat scorches northwestern NSW

15:26 EDT

Parts of far northwestern New South Wales have been scorching in temperatures in the mid forties, as much as 10 degrees above average.