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Western Australia Rainfall Bulletin

Friday August 28, 2015
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(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Central West
BELLENDAINE 0.2 24
CARNAMAH 0.2 24
COOLANGATTA ALERT 0.2 24
MOASCAR 0.2 24
TARDUN HILL 0.2 24
Lower West
DWELLINGUP 3.6 24
GARDEN ISLAND HSF 1.8 24
MANDURAH 0.2 24
PINJARRA SOUTH 2.4 24
ROTTNEST ISLAND 16.6 24
Southwest
ACTON PARK 0.4 24
BRIDGETOWN 0.2 24
BUNBURY 1.4 24
BUSSELTON AERO 0.8 24
BUSSELTON SHIRE 0.5 24
CAPEL NORTH 1.6 24
COLLIE EAST 2.0 24
COWARAMUP 0.2 24
DONNYBROOK 1.6 24
FERGUSON VALLEY 2.6 24
HENTY BROOK 5.0 24
JARRAHWOOD 0.8 24
MARGARET RIVER 0.4 24
WARNER GLEN 0.4 24
WITCHCLIFFE 0.2 24
YOONGARILLUP TBRG 0.2 24
Southern Coastal
MUNGLINUP 0.2 24
Great Southern
BANNISTER 0.2 24
Central Wheatbelt
DALWALLINU 0.2 24
Gascoyne
BEEBYN 0.1 24
MOUNT MAGNET AERO 0.2 24
Eucla
EUCLA 0.2 24
Kimberley
STURT CREEK 5.0 24
Interior
BALGO HILLS 3.7 24
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