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Jarrahwood Rainfall Reports

June 2018
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Date Rain to 9am interval
mm Hours
Fri 01/06/2018 11.4 24
Sat 02/06/2018 0.0 24
Sun 03/06/2018 0.0 24
Mon 04/06/2018 0.0 24
Tue 05/06/2018 10.8 24
Wed 06/06/2018 36.2 24
Thu 07/06/2018 1.4 24
Fri 08/06/2018 1.2 24
Sat 09/06/2018 3.6 24
Sun 10/06/2018 43.0 24
Mon 11/06/2018 0.6 24
Tue 12/06/2018 1.6 24
Wed 13/06/2018 0.4 24
Thu 14/06/2018 0.0 24
Fri 15/06/2018 0.0 24
Sat 16/06/2018 0.6 24
Sun 17/06/2018 0.0 24
Mon 18/06/2018 12.8 24
Tue 19/06/2018 3.6 24
Wed 20/06/2018 2.4 24
 
June 2018 Total 129.6 14 day(s)
June 1976-2016 Average Total 158.0 18.6 day(s)
June 1976-2016 Wettest Total 348.2 1988
June 1976-2016 Wettest 24hr Total 76.6 28th 2007
June 1976-2016 Driest Total 44.0 2010
 
Jan-Jun 2018 Total 359.2 49 day(s)
Jan-Jun 1976-2017 Average Total 381.3 54.2 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.

Station Details

JARRAHWOOD
Southwest, Western Australia
33.7964°S 115.6658°E 130m AMSL
Commenced 1975
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Weather News

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09:57 EST

It was another cold and frosty morning across the southern half a Australia on Thursday as the sun rose on the shortest day of the year.

Could Ord Valley hay be the solution to feed shortages in drought-stricken SE Australia?

09:07 EST

Could fodder grown in Western Australia's remote Ord River Irrigation Scheme be the solution to the feed shortage on drought-stricken farmland in South Eastern Australia? The sub-tropical climate and access to irrigation allows farmers in the Ord to produce significant tonnages of Rhodes Grass hay for the local cattle industry, yields up to 30 tonnes per hectare a year.

Clear signs of drought in western NSW

21:05 EST

The prospect of El Nino forming during the second half of 2018 is troubling for parched western NSW, where some places are experiencing their driest year to date in more than five decades.