Darwin-Daly Monthly Summaries

October 2021
Station
Mean min Anomaly Mean max Anomaly Total rain Percent of mean
°C °C °C °C mm %
24 24.6 +1.5 36.9 +0.1 41.2 65
25.6 +1.2 33.2 +0.5 0.0 0
14 26.2 +1.9 32.7 +0.4 2.0 3
25.5 - 34.2 - 0.0 -
79 26.5 +1.6 34.4 +1.1 23.0 32
24 26.2 +2.4 24 39.6 +2.0 9.4 34
28 24.5 +2.2 39.1 +1.2 32.8 88
26.3 +0.9 33.7 +0.9 36.2 60
43 25.9 +2.0 38.7 +0.9 26.4 64
25.0 - 37.8 - 58.8 -
27.1 +0.9 19 31.4 +0.9 1.8 26
23.7 +1.7 37.9 +0.6 18.4 39
25.2 - 38.1 - 33.8 -
25.6 - 38.8 - 14.4 -
22.7 - 36.0 - 29.0 -
25.3 - 36.6 - 45.4 -
25.4 - 39.1 - 21.2 -
24.2 +1.2 35.0 +1.3 48.8 56
23 25.4 +1.9 33.5 +0.4 13.6 21
25.5 +1.6 35.8 +1.4 3.2 7
25.6 +1.6 35.3 +0.9 21 0.0 0
35 26.5 +2.6 39.3 +1.5 17.6 55
10  
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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