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Phillip Island Daily Summaries

April 2014
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date min to 9am anomaly max from 9am anomaly rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Tue 01/04/2014 18.2 +7.5 20 33.0 +13.4 0.0  
Wed 02/04/2014 19 20.3 +9.6 21.2 +1.6 0.8  
Thu 03/04/2014 - - 18.5 -1.1 -  
Fri 04/04/2014 14.3 +3.6 19.0 -0.6 2.0  
Sat 05/04/2014 15.5 +4.8 20.3 +0.7 0.4  
Sun 06/04/2014 15.6 +4.9 - - 0.0  
Mon 07/04/2014 - - - - -  
Tue 08/04/2014 - - 23.8 +4.2 -  
Wed 09/04/2014 8.6 -2.1 18.0 -1.6 15.8  
Thu 10/04/2014 16.6 +5.9 - - 12.0  
Fri 11/04/2014 - - - - -  
Sat 12/04/2014 - - - - -  
Sun 13/04/2014 - - 19.3 -0.3 -  
Mon 14/04/2014 6.9 -3.8 19.0 -0.6 8.0  
Tue 15/04/2014 7.4 -3.3 18.6 -1.0 0.0  
Wed 16/04/2014 8.8 -1.9 21 +1 0.0  
 
April 2014 Average 19 13.2 +2.5 20 21.1 +1.5    
Apr 1981-2013 Average 10.7   19.6      
Apr 1981-2013 Highest 18.8 15th 2004 31.3 12th 1985    
Apr 1981-2013 Lowest -1.5 30th 2009 12.8 26th 2009    
 
April 2014 Total         39.0 6 day(s)
Apr 1981-2013 Average Total         72.7 10.2 day(s)
Apr 1981-2013 Wettest Total         99.0 1985
Apr 1981-2013 Wettest 24hr Total         116.6 23rd 2001
Apr 1981-2013 Driest Total         19.3 2013
 
Jan-Apr 2014 Total         110.4 26 day(s)
Jan-Apr 1981-2013 Average Total         195.3 31.6 day(s)
 
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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

PHILLIP ISLAND PENGUIN RESERVE
Central, Victoria
38.5058°S 145.1503°E 7m AMSL
Commenced 1981

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