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Dalwallinu Daily Summaries
|Date||Min to 9am||Anomaly||Max from 9am||Anomaly||Rain to 9am|
|January 2017 Average||17.0||-1.1||36.0||+0.7|
|Jan 1998-2014 Average||18.1||35.3|
|Jan 1998-2014 Highest||27.2||3rd 2008||46.5||3rd 2008|
|Jan 1998-2014 Lowest||10.5||5th 2007||16.3||3rd 2007|
|January 2017 Total||0.0||0 day(s)|
|Jan 1998-2014 Average Total||23.6||3.4 day(s)|
|Jan 1998-2014 Wettest Total||89.2||2000|
|Jan 1998-2014 Wettest 24hr Total||42.0||13th 2006|
|Jan 1998-2014 Driest Total||0.0||1998|
|Jan-Jan 2017 Total||0.0||0 day(s)|
|Jan-Jan 1998-2014 Average Total||23.6||3.4 day(s)|
Central Wheatbelt, Western Australia
A four-day heatwave that begins on Wednesday will bring the same kind of conditions that saw more than 200 Queenslanders treated for heat stroke and dehydration last week.
Less than three weeks into 2017, the desert town of Tennant Creek in the NT is already just 89 millimetres shy of reaching its average yearly rainfall, with the unusual downpour said to be leading to an influx of creepy crawlies.
Rain has continued to fall in parts of Central Australia, ensuring the current greenery continues.