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Tasmania Daily Summaries

Tuesday September 2, 2014
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(Ungroup by district)
Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am
°C °C °C °C mm
Northwest Coast
5.9 -1.2 - - 8.8
7 - - - -
7 - - - 2
7.5 -1.1 - - 1.6
2.3 -3.8 - - 5.6
2.7 -2.7 - - 5.0
5.7 -1.8 - - -
3.9 -0.8 - - 10.4
3.9 -2.4 - - 2.6
4.5 -0.5 - - 5.6
Northeast
4 -3 - - 6
9 +1 - - 0.8
6.1 +1.3 - - 6.0
9 +0 - - 1
West & Sth Coast
6 -2 - - 2
8 - - - 5
7 +0 - - 9
-1.0 -4.5 - - 4.6
-2 -2 - - 14
3 -1 - - 7
0 -6 - - 6
1 -2 - - 7
Lower Derwent
3.4 -1.9 - - 10.2
7 +0 - - 11
7 +0 - - 12
6 - - - 7
3.2 -1.8 - - 11.4
7 - - - 9
0.2 -4.4 - - 8.8
3 -1 - - 9
6.8 +0.4 - - 5.0
6.4 +0.3 - - 7.0
0 -2 - - 6
-3 -2 - - 11
6 -1 - - 7
Central
-2.9 -3.9 - - 9.0
-2 -3 - - 9
-1 +0 - - 11
East Coast
7.5 +0.1 - - 0.8
6.3 +3.0 - - 0.6
7.3 -0.2 - - 1.6
8 +0 - - 6
5.0 -0.6 - - 4.4
8.2 +1.5 - - 0.4
7 - - - 2
8 - - - -
Central North
3.6 -0.5 - - 5.8
5.7 +0.4 - - 11.6
2.7 -1.3 - - 12.0
7.6 -0.9 - - 4.6
Midlands
1.9 -2.5 - - 3.0
2.8 -0.9 - - 7.6
1.5 -1.8 - - 9.0
Upper Derwent
-0.2 -4.1 - - 4.2
-0.7 -4.6 - - 2.8
King Island
7.6 -0.8 - - 2.4
Furneaux Islands
9.6 +2.0 - - 0.8
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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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