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Mt Read Rainfall Reports

May 2016
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Date Rain to 9am interval
mm Hours
Sun 01/05/2016 48.8 24
Mon 02/05/2016 64.0 24
Tue 03/05/2016 51.6 24
Wed 04/05/2016 15.4 24
Thu 05/05/2016 36.8 24
Fri 06/05/2016 37.2 24
Sat 07/05/2016 4.2 24
Sun 08/05/2016 0.2 24
Mon 09/05/2016 0.2 24
Tue 10/05/2016 66.6 24
Wed 11/05/2016 36.4 24
Thu 12/05/2016 105.0 24
Fri 13/05/2016 88.8 24
Sat 14/05/2016 62.4 24
Sun 15/05/2016 15.2 24
Mon 16/05/2016 8.2 24
Tue 17/05/2016 62.2 24
Wed 18/05/2016 24.4 24
Thu 19/05/2016 61.4 24
Fri 20/05/2016 16.6 24
Sat 21/05/2016 0.8 24
Sun 22/05/2016 0.2 24
Mon 23/05/2016 33.6 24
Tue 24/05/2016 39.0 24
Wed 25/05/2016 2.6 24
Thu 26/05/2016 13.0 24
Fri 27/05/2016 1.8 24
Sat 28/05/2016 6.0 24
Sun 29/05/2016 9.8 24
Mon 30/05/2016 6.4 24
 
May 2016 Total 17 918.8 30 day(s)
May 1997-2014 Average Total 406.3 26.9 day(s)
May 1997-2014 Wettest Total 720.8 2000
May 1997-2014 Wettest 24hr Total 140.6 15th 2009
May 1997-2014 Driest Total 152.6 2001
 
Jan-May 2016 Total 1759.8 112 day(s)
Jan-May 1997-2014 Average Total 1363.6 108.0 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.

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MOUNT READ
West & Sth Coast, Tasmania
41.8444°S 145.5417°E 1120m AMSL
Commenced 1996
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Record hot temperatures around Darwin stopping most mango trees from flowering

18:04 EST

The Top End of the Northern Territory is having one of its hottest May's on record, which is causing issues for a number of mango plantations.

Ain't Darwin the coolest

15:37 EST

Whilst it may just be beginning to feel like winter across the southern capitals, it sure feels like the tail-end of summer in Darwin.

Records broken for coldest May morning in eight areas across NSW, BoM confirms

15:37 EST

Eight areas across New South Wales experienced record-breaking cold weather overnight, but the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) says the state is still set for a relatively warm winter.