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Cape Grim Daily Summaries

May 2016
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Sun 01/05/2016 12.6 +2.4 14.4 -0.2 7.4  
Mon 02/05/2016 10.7 +0.5 16.1 +1.5 1.4  
Tue 03/05/2016 12.3 +2.1 13 -2 19.6  
 
May 2016 Average 11.9 +1.7 14.5 -0.1    
May 1986-2014 Average 10.2   14.6      
May 1986-2014 Highest 15.1 16th 2014 21.0 8th 2002    
May 1986-2014 Lowest 4.0 16th 1999 9.6 16th 1986    
 
May 2016 Total         28.4 3 day(s)
May 1986-2014 Average Total         80.0 21.0 day(s)
May 1986-2014 Wettest Total         234.4 1988
May 1986-2014 Wettest 24hr Total         85.6 20th 1988
May 1986-2014 Driest Total         19.0 1996
 
Jan-May 2016 Total         226.8 59 day(s)
Jan-May 1986-2014 Average Total         267.4 73.8 day(s)
 
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CAPE GRIM BAPS (COMPARISON)
Northwest Coast, Tasmania
40.6828°S 144.6900°E 94m AMSL
Commenced 1985
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Tasmanians warned to batten down for wet and windy weather

17:04 EST

The weather bureau is warning Tasmanians of a wet and windy week ahead after gusts associated with a cold front caused widespread power outages.

Victoria weather: Strong winds hit Melbourne, southern parts of state as cold front moves through

16:42 EST

A deep cold front has swept through Melbourne and parts of southern Victoria, uprooting trees and damaging buildings with wind gusts of more than 100 kilometres per hour (kph).

Get mum an umbrella this Mother's Day

16:18 EST

Widespread rainfall is expected to impact NSW from Saturday as two systems interact with one another from the north and west.