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Tarraleah Forecast

This morning 5°C
Today 11°C
possible_shower

Now

3.6°C rising
Updated at 07:20 EST

Central for Wednesday Partly cloudy. High (70%) chance of showers in the west, medium (40%) chance elsewhere. Snow falling above 1200 metres. Winds NW 15 to 25 km/h turning N 25 to 35 km/h in the late afternoon. Daytime maximum temperatures between 7 and 12.

Currently at Liawenee

24-hour graph
Temperature 3.6°C rising
Dew Point 2.9°C rising
Feels Like -0.6°C
Relative Humidity 95%
Wind icon
W 18km/h falling
Wind Gusts 20km/h
Pressure 1018.4hPa rising
Fire Danger 0.8
Rain since 9am/last hr 0.0mm / -

Sun on Wed

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Sunrise sunrise
07:44 EST
Sunset sunset
16:51 EST

Nearby Now

Ouse 8.7°C
Tunnack 5.9°C
Cressy 8.1°C

Next 12 hours in Liawenee

48-hour forecast

9am

Mostly cloudy
4°C

12pm

Mostly cloudy
7°C

3pm

Mostly clear
7°C

6pm

Intermittent rain
5°C

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Tarraleah 7-day Weather Forecast

Summary Wed
Jun 29
Thu
Jun 30
Fri
Jul 1
Sat
Jul 2
Sun
Jul 3
Mon
Jul 4
Tue
Jul 5

Possible shower

Rain

Showers

Possible shower

Showers

Frost then sunny

Frost then sunny
Maximum 11°C 10°C 9°C 10°C 10°C 6°C 8°C
Minimum 5°C 4°C 1°C 5°C 5°C -1°C -2°C
Chance of Rain 90% 90% 60% 90% 90% 80% 40%
Rain Amount
UV Index Low Low Low Low Low
Frost Risk Slight Slight High Slight Slight Severe Severe
  9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm 9am 3pm
Wind Speed 16
km/h
15
km/h
26
km/h
19
km/h
14
km/h
18
km/h
21
km/h
24
km/h
27
km/h
27
km/h
12
km/h
12
km/h
7
km/h
8
km/h
Wind Direction NW 16km/h
NW
NW 15km/h
NW
N 26km/h
N
NNW 19km/h
NNW
W 14km/h
W
WNW 18km/h
WNW
WNW 21km/h
WNW
WNW 24km/h
WNW
NW 27km/h
NW
WNW 27km/h
WNW
WSW 12km/h
WSW
WSW 12km/h
WSW
W 7km/h
W
SW 8km/h
SW
Relative Humidity 93% 79% 84% 86% 93% 87% 91% 87% 88% 87% 90% 81% 87% 79%
Dew Point 7°C 7°C 5°C 7°C 3°C 5°C 6°C 7°C 6°C 7°C 0°C 2°C 2°C 5°C

Tarraleah Sun & Moon Times

Wednesday Next occurrence
First light Sunrise Sunset Last light Moon phase moon set moon rise New moon First quarter Full moon Last quarter
first light
07:12 EST
sunrise
07:44 EST
sunset
16:51 EST
last light
17:23 EST
moon
set
Wed 12:59 EST
rise
Thu 02:27 EST
moon
Mon
Jul 4
moon
Tue
Jul 12
moon
Wed
Jul 20
moon
Wed
Jul 27

Liawenee Past 5 Days

this month
  Minimum Maximum Rainfall
Tue
Jun 28
-0.2°C 8°C 0.0mm
Mon
Jun 27
-0.1°C 5.6°C 1.2mm
Sun
Jun 26
-1.5°C 5.2°C 0.0mm
Sat
Jun 25
-3.7°C 2.5°C 0.0mm
Fri
Jun 24
-6.0°C 0.7°C 12.2mm

Liawenee Year To Date

Average Rainfall To Jun
418.4mm
88.5 Day(s)
Total For 2016
619.8mm
69 Day(s)
Total To This Day 2015
371.0mm
75 Day(s)
Wettest Day
100.6mm
Jun 6
Lowest Temperature
-9.0°C
Jun 1
Highest Temperature
27.2°C
Jan 1

Liawenee Almanac

full climatology
June Minimum Temperature
Lowest This Month
-9.0°C
1st
Lowest On Record
-11.2°C
23rd 2013
Average This Month
-0.7°C
+0.3°C
Long-term Average
-1.0°C
June Maximum Temperature
Highest This Month
11.7°C
6th
Highest On Record
13.8°C
9th 2007
Average This Month
6.8°C
+0.3°C
Long-term Average
6.5°C
June Rainfall
Wettest This Month
100.6mm
6th
Total This Month
192.0mm
14 Day(s)
Long-term Average
110.7mm
21.1 Day(s)
Wettest On Record
165.0mm
2002
Driest On Record
22.2mm
2007
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