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Coldstream Comparison Daily Summaries

April 2017
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Sat 01/04/2017 3 - 18 - 0.2  
Sun 02/04/2017 6 - 19 - 0.0  
Mon 03/04/2017 2 - 23 - 0.0  
Tue 04/04/2017 4 - 24 - 0.0  
Wed 05/04/2017 4 - 25 - 0.0  
Thu 06/04/2017 5 - 25 - 0.0  
Fri 07/04/2017 6 - 26 - 0.0  
Sat 08/04/2017 10 - 27 - 0.0  
Sun 09/04/2017 15 - 15 - 8  
Mon 10/04/2017 4 - 15 - 11  
Tue 11/04/2017 8 - 20 - 2  
Wed 12/04/2017 6 - 21 - 0.0  
Thu 13/04/2017 6 - 24 - 0.0  
Fri 14/04/2017 7 - 17 - 0.0  
Sat 15/04/2017 5 - 19 - 0.0  
Sun 16/04/2017 4 - 21 - 0.0  
Mon 17/04/2017 4 - 20 - 0.0  
Tue 18/04/2017 5 - 21 - 0.0  
Wed 19/04/2017 7 - 27 - 0.2  
Thu 20/04/2017 10 - 26 - 0.0  
 
April 2017 Average 6.0   21.6      
 
April 2017 Total         21.4 5 day(s)
 
Jan-Apr 2017 Total         168.0 31 day(s)
 
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COLDSTREAM COMPARISON
Melbourne, Victoria
37.7239°S 145.4092°E 83m AMSL
Commenced 2009
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