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Point Hicks Rainfall Reports

September 2016
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Date Rain to 9am interval
mm Hours
Thu 01/09/2016 6.0 24
Fri 02/09/2016 0.0 24
Sat 03/09/2016 49.2 24
Sun 04/09/2016 2.6 24
Mon 05/09/2016 0.0 24
Tue 06/09/2016 0.0 24
Wed 07/09/2016 0.0 24
Thu 08/09/2016 0.0 24
Fri 09/09/2016 0.0 24
Sat 10/09/2016 12.0 24
Sun 11/09/2016 2.8 24
Mon 12/09/2016 0.0 24
Tue 13/09/2016 1.8 24
Wed 14/09/2016 2.0 24
Thu 15/09/2016 0.8 24
Fri 16/09/2016 0.8 24
Sat 17/09/2016 0.0 24
Sun 18/09/2016 0.0 24
Mon 19/09/2016 9.8 24
Tue 20/09/2016 0.0 24
Wed 21/09/2016 0.0 24
Thu 22/09/2016 3.8 24
Fri 23/09/2016 29.2 24
Sat 24/09/2016 - -
Sun 25/09/2016 5 24
 
September 2016 Total 125.8 13 day(s)
September 1962-2014 Average Total 75.9 13.9 day(s)
September 1962-2014 Wettest Total 204.1 1992
September 1962-2014 Wettest 24hr Total 98.9 6th 2004
September 1962-2014 Driest Total 18.6 1972
 
Jan-Sep 2016 Total 899.0 106 day(s)
Jan-Sep 1962-2014 Average Total 734.6 111.0 day(s)
 
Highlights the highest daily rainfall during the period.
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A yellow cell indicates a probable monthly record for this site (sites with ≥ 10 years of records only). The number of years of records available for the relevant field for this month is indicated in black. See the station's climate page for full details.

Station Details

POINT HICKS (LIGHTHOUSE)
East Gippsland, Victoria
37.8017°S 149.2747°E 27m AMSL
Commenced 1962
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Rain and Cold strike Perth

13:48 EST

Southwestern parts of Western Australia have had rain of up to 24mm of rain this morning as another cold front swept over the region.

NSW weather: Forbes warned to evacuate as Lachlan River nears unexpectedly high peak

13:35 EST

At least 100 homes have been inundated with water and people have been evacuated from Forbes in central-western NSW, as floodwaters cut off roads and cause widespread damage to crops.

NSW Weather: Forbes farmers brace for extensive crop losses from flooding

13:33 EST

Farmers near Forbes in the New South Wales central west are bracing for extensive loses as their crops continue to be inundated with flood waters, which are expected to peak later today.