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Frankston Observations

Tuesday February 21, 2017
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Time Wind dir Wind spd Wind gust Tmp Dew pt Feels like rh Fire Rain Rain 10' Pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm mm hPa
Tue 07:20 EDT
NE 6 13 13.3 9.9 13.3 80 1 - - -
Tue 07:10 EDT
E 4 6 13.4 9.4 13.4 77 2 - - -
Tue 07:00 EDT
W 9 13 15.2 11.4 15.2 78 2 - - -
Tue 06:50 EDT
WNW 11 11 15.3 11.5 15.3 78 2 - - -
Tue 06:40 EDT
WNW 11 11 15.3 11.5 15.3 78 2 - - -
Tue 06:30 EDT
WNW 9 13 15.1 11.3 15.1 78 2 - - -
Tue 06:20 EDT
WNW 11 11 15.1 11.3 15.1 78 2 - - -
Tue 06:10 EDT
WNW 11 13 15.1 11.3 15.1 78 2 - - -
Tue 06:00 EDT
WNW 15 19 15.1 11.1 15.1 77 2 - - -
Tue 05:50 EDT
WNW 15 17 15.2 11.2 15.2 77 2 - - -
Tue 05:40 EDT
WNW 15 17 15.4 11.4 15.4 77 2 - - -
Tue 05:30 EDT
WNW 17 20 15.4 11.2 15.4 76 2 - - -
Tue 05:20 EDT
WNW 15 17 15.6 11.1 15.6 74 2 - - -
Tue 05:10 EDT
WNW 11 13 15.6 11.1 15.6 74 2 - - -
Tue 05:00 EDT
W 13 19 15.7 11.3 15.7 75 2 - - -
Tue 04:50 EDT
W 13 15 15.7 11.2 15.7 74 2 - - -
Tue 04:40 EDT
W 13 13 15.5 10.9 15.5 74 2 - - -
Tue 04:30 EDT
W 13 17 15.7 11.3 15.7 75 2 - - -
Tue 04:20 EDT
W 13 15 15.6 11.1 15.6 74 2 - - -
Tue 04:10 EDT
W 15 17 15.5 10.9 15.5 74 2 - - -
Tue 04:00 EDT
W 15 19 15.6 11.0 15.6 74 2 - - -
Tue 03:50 EDT
W 17 19 15.4 10.5 15.4 72 3 - - -
Tue 03:40 EDT
W 15 17 15.4 10.5 15.4 72 3 - - -
Tue 03:30 EDT
W 17 22 15.7 10.7 15.7 72 3 - - -
Tue 03:20 EDT
WSW 19 19 15.6 10.5 15.6 71 3 - - -
Tue 03:10 EDT
WSW 19 20 15.7 10.6 15.7 71 3 - - -
Tue 03:00 EDT
WSW 22 28 15.9 10.4 15.9 70 3 - - -
Tue 02:50 EDT
WSW 24 26 15.7 9.8 15.7 68 4 - - -
Tue 02:40 EDT
WSW 26 28 15.7 9.8 15.7 68 4 - - -
Tue 02:30 EDT
WSW 22 28 15.8 10.3 15.8 70 3 - - -
Tue 02:20 EDT
W 22 24 15.9 10.2 15.9 69 3 - - -
Tue 02:10 EDT
W 20 22 16.1 10.6 16.1 70 3 - - -
Tue 02:00 EDT
W 20 24 16.2 9.8 16.2 66 4 - - -
Tue 01:50 EDT
W 22 26 15.9 10.2 15.9 69 3 - - -
Tue 01:40 EDT
W 19 20 16.0 10.7 16.0 71 3 - - -
Tue 01:30 EDT
W 19 24 16.1 10.6 16.1 70 3 - - -
Tue 01:29 EDT
W 17 19 16.1 10.8 16.1 71 3 - - -
Tue 01:18 EDT
W 20 24 16.1 10.6 16.1 70 3 - - -
Tue 01:00 EDT
W 20 26 16.1 10.2 16.1 68 3 - - -
Tue 00:50 EDT
W 17 19 16.3 10.6 16.3 69 3 - - -
Tue 00:40 EDT
WSW 22 24 16.3 10.3 16.3 67 4 - - -
Tue 00:30 EDT
WSW 24 28 16.3 10.6 16.3 69 4 - - -
Tue 00:20 EDT
WSW 28 30 16.3 10.6 16.3 69 4 - - -
Tue 00:10 EDT
WSW 28 30 16.4 10.4 16.4 67 4 - - -
Tue 00:00 EDT
WSW 30 35 16.2 10.5 16.2 69 4 - - -
Mon 23:50 EDT
WSW 30 33 16.4 10.9 16.4 70 4 - - -
Mon 23:40 EDT
WSW 26 30 16.6 11.5 16.6 72 3 - - -
Mon 23:30 EDT
WSW 30 35 16.4 11.1 16.4 71 4 - - -
Mon 23:20 EDT
WSW 30 31 16.5 11.0 16.5 70 4 - - -
Mon 23:10 EDT
W 28 30 16.6 11.3 16.6 71 4 - - -
Mon 23:00 EDT
WSW 22 35 16.6 11.5 16.6 72 3 - - -
Mon 22:50 EDT
WSW 24 28 16.4 11.1 16.4 71 3 - - -
Mon 22:40 EDT
SW 22 30 16.6 11.1 16.6 70 3 - - -
Mon 22:30 EDT
WSW 31 39 16.6 11.3 16.6 71 4 - - -
Mon 22:20 EDT
WSW 30 33 16.6 11.1 16.6 70 4 - - -
Mon 22:10 EDT
SW 30 33 16.5 11.2 16.5 71 4 - - -
Mon 22:00 EDT
SW 22 33 16.4 10.5 16.4 68 4 - - -
Mon 21:50 EDT
SW 20 24 16.2 10.0 16.2 66 4 - - -
Mon 21:40 EDT
SW 26 31 16.0 10.1 16.0 68 4 - - -
Mon 21:30 EDT
SW 22 31 16.1 10.0 16.1 67 4 - - -
Mon 21:20 EDT
SW 24 31 15.9 9.7 15.9 66 4 - - -
Mon 21:10 EDT
SW 22 28 16.0 9.6 16.0 66 4 - - -
Mon 21:00 EDT
SW 24 35 16.1 10.0 16.1 67 4 - - -
Mon 20:50 EDT
SW 19 20 15.9 9.5 15.9 66 3 - - -
Mon 20:40 EDT
SW 26 31 16.1 9.9 16.1 66 4 - - -
Mon 20:30 EDT
SW 24 37 16.2 10.3 16.2 68 4 - - -
Mon 20:20 EDT
SW 20 26 16.2 9.8 16.2 66 4 - - -
Mon 20:10 EDT
SW 24 30 16.4 9.8 16.4 65 4 - - -
Mon 20:00 EDT
SW 19 30 16.4 10.3 16.4 67 3 - - -
Mon 19:50 EDT
SW 24 26 16.4 10.2 16.4 66 4 - - -
Mon 19:40 EDT
SW 24 30 16.4 10.2 16.4 66 4 - - -
Mon 19:30 EDT
SW 24 39 16.6 10.0 16.6 65 4 - - -
Mon 19:20 EDT
SW 28 35 16.9 10.0 16.9 64 5 - - -
Mon 19:10 EDT
SW 28 37 16.9 9.3 16.9 61 5 - - -
Mon 19:00 EDT
WSW 33 44 16.9 9.8 16.9 63 5 - - -
Mon 18:50 EDT
WSW 35 43 16.9 9.5 16.9 61 6 - - -
Mon 18:40 EDT
WSW 33 35 16.8 9.9 16.8 64 5 - - -
Mon 18:30 EDT
SW 33 44 16.8 9.7 16.8 63 5 - - -
Mon 18:20 EDT
SW 26 31 17.4 10.7 17.4 65 4 - - -
Mon 18:10 EDT
SW 28 31 17.4 9.8 17.4 61 5 - - -
Mon 18:00 EDT
WSW 35 48 17.1 10.2 17.1 64 6 - - -
Mon 17:50 EDT
SW 28 37 17.3 10.6 17.3 64 5 - - -
Mon 17:40 EDT
SW 31 35 16.9 10.5 16.9 66 5 - - -
Mon 17:30 EDT
SW 35 50 17.0 9.7 17.0 62 6 - - -
Mon 17:20 EDT
SW 37 44 17.2 9.8 17.2 61 6 - - -
Mon 17:10 EDT
SW 33 39 17.1 10.4 17.1 64 5 - - -
Mon 17:00 EDT
WSW 35 44 17.2 9.6 17.2 61 6 - - -
Mon 16:50 EDT
SW 33 41 17.1 8.5 17.1 57 7 - - -
Mon 16:40 EDT
SW 35 43 17.3 9.2 17.3 59 7 - - -
Mon 16:30 EDT
WSW 35 48 16.9 9.8 16.9 63 6 - - -
Mon 16:20 EDT
SW 28 35 17.5 10.8 17.5 65 5 - - -
Mon 16:10 EDT
WSW 33 39 17.0 9.6 17.0 61 6 - - -
Mon 16:00 EDT
WSW 37 46 17.2 10.8 17.2 66 5 - - -
Mon 15:50 EDT
WSW 39 46 16.9 10.2 16.9 64 6 - - -
Mon 15:40 EDT
WSW 35 41 16.9 10.2 16.9 64 6 - - -
Mon 15:30 EDT
WSW 37 50 16.8 9.7 16.8 63 6 - - -
Mon 15:20 EDT
WSW 35 41 16.9 9.8 16.9 63 6 - - -
Mon 15:10 EDT
WSW 41 46 16.9 9.3 16.9 61 7 - - -
Mon 15:00 EDT
WSW 37 48 16.9 9.8 16.9 63 6 - - -
Mon 14:50 EDT
WSW 39 44 16.7 9.1 16.7 61 7 - - -
Mon 14:40 EDT
WSW 37 43 16.8 9.7 16.8 63 6 - - -
Mon 14:30 EDT
WSW 39 48 17.0 10.1 17.0 64 6 - - -
Mon 14:20 EDT
WSW 41 44 16.5 10.5 16.5 67 6 - - -
Mon 14:10 EDT
WSW 31 39 16.5 10.5 16.5 67 5 - - -
Mon 14:00 EDT
WSW 43 54 16.4 10.7 16.4 69 5 - - -
Mon 13:50 EDT
WSW 41 50 16.4 9.5 16.4 63 6 - - -
Mon 13:40 EDT
WSW 37 44 16.7 11.4 16.7 71 5 - - -
Mon 13:30 EDT
WSW 41 48 16.5 10.1 16.5 66 6 - - -
Mon 13:20 EDT
WSW 41 44 16.6 10.6 16.6 67 6 - - -
Mon 13:10 EDT
WSW 35 39 16.7 10.3 16.7 66 5 - - -
Mon 13:00 EDT
WSW 41 48 16.6 10.2 16.6 66 6 - - -
Mon 12:47 EDT
WSW 33 37 16.2 11.3 16.2 73 4 - - -
Mon 12:30 EDT
SW 33 48 15.8 11.0 15.8 73 4 - - -
Mon 12:21 EDT
WSW 37 48 16.3 10.4 16.3 68 5 - - -
Mon 12:20 EDT
WSW 39 43 16.3 10.1 16.3 66 6 - - -
Mon 12:00 EDT
WNW 22 31 15.0 12.1 15.0 83 2 - - -
Mon 11:50 EDT
W 28 31 14.1 11.4 12.0 84 2 - - -
Mon 11:30 EDT
W 33 41 14.8 11.9 12.7 83 3 - - -
Mon 11:20 EDT
W 35 41 14.3 12.0 11.9 86 2 - - -
Mon 11:11 EDT
W 33 56 14.9 11.9 12.8 82 3 - - -
Mon 11:10 EDT
W 31 37 14.7 11.4 12.6 80 3 - - -
Mon 11:00 EDT
W 33 43 14.7 11.8 12.5 83 3 - - -
Mon 10:50 EDT
W 33 41 14.7 11.4 12.6 80 3 - - -
Mon 10:40 EDT
W 31 35 14.9 12.5 12.9 85 2 - - -
Mon 10:30 EDT
W 33 41 13.7 11.6 11.2 87 2 - - -
Mon 10:20 EDT
W 28 37 13.9 11.6 11.8 86 2 - - -
Mon 10:10 EDT
W 26 30 14.0 11.7 12.0 86 2 - - -
Mon 10:00 EDT
W 31 41 13.9 11.6 11.6 86 2 - - -
Mon 09:30 EDT
W 33 43 13.6 11.3 11.1 86 2 - - -
Mon 09:20 EDT
SW 24 33 13.6 11.8 11.6 89 2 - - -
Mon 09:10 EDT
W 26 28 13.3 11.3 11.1 88 2 - - -
Mon 09:00 EDT
W 30 37 13.8 11.3 11.5 85 2 - - -
Mon 08:50 EDT
W 30 33 14.0 11.7 11.8 86 2 - - -
Mon 08:40 EDT
W 35 41 13.9 11.2 11.4 84 3 - - -
Mon 08:30 EDT
W 31 41 14.3 12.0 12.1 86 2 - - -
Mon 08:20 EDT
WSW 28 37 14.3 12.3 12.3 88 2 - - -
Mon 08:10 EDT
W 33 35 13.3 11.1 10.7 86 2 - - -
Mon 08:00 EDT
W 31 39 13.6 11.1 11.2 85 2 - - -
Mon 07:50 EDT
W 33 37 13.8 11.1 11.4 84 2 - - -
Mon 07:40 EDT
W 37 43 13.7 11.2 11.0 85 3 - - -
Mon 07:30 EDT
W 33 41 13.9 11.2 11.5 84 2 - - -
Mon 07:20 EDT
W 35 41 14.0 11.5 11.5 85 2 - - -
Mon 07:18 EDT
W 30 37 14.1 11.8 11.9 86 2 - - -
Mon 07:10 EDT
W 31 33 13.6 11.3 11.2 86 2 - - -
Mon 07:00 EDT
SW 11 19 12.6 10.3 11.6 86 1 - - -

Station Details

FRANKSTON AWS
Melbourne, Victoria
38.1481°S 145.1156°E 6m AMSL
Commenced 1990
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