Mid North Coast Rainfall Bulletin

Tuesday October 20, 2020
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Station
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
BELLBROOK (MACLEAY RIVER) 5.0 24
BOWRA SUGARLOAF 15.0 24
BRETTI-MACKAY (BARNARD RIVER) 7.4 24
BULAHDELAH POST OFFICE 3.0 24
BUNGWAHL 8.0 24
COBARK 9.2 24
COFFS HARBOUR AIRPORT 18.6 24
COOPLACURRIPA 5.0 24
CRAVEN (LONGVIEW) 6.0 24
CRAWFORD RIVER (CRAWFORD) 1.0 24
DORRIGO (OLD CORAMBA RD) 11.6 24
CABBAGE TREE MOUNTAIN 8.0 24
GLENREAGH (CORAMBA STREET) 0.6 24
GLOUCESTER POST OFFICE 14.2 24
KALANG (SPICKETTS CK (NOONANNIE)) 8.8 24
KEMPSEY AIRPORT AWS 6.8 24
KILLABAKH 19.0 24
KINDEE BRIDGE (HASTINGS RIVER) 9.6 24
KRAMBACH (TIPPERARY) 10.0 24
KRAMBACH (FIREFLY RD) 5.6 24
LORD HOWE ISLAND AERO 31.6 24
MELDRUM (COOLAWARRAH) 17.0 24
MILLBANK 4.0 24
MAJORS CREEK (MOPARRABAH (PARRABEL CREEK 2.0 24
MOUNT GEORGE (MANNING RIVER) 7.5 24
YARRAS (MOUNT SEAVIEW) 24.0 24
BELLWOOD (NAMBUCCA HEADS (NAMBUCCA RESOR 12.0 24
NANA GLEN (COWLING CLOSE) 2.2 24
NOWENDOC (GREEN HILLS) 5.0 24
NUNDLE (BARRY (BARNARD RIVER)) 4.6 24
OLD BAR (EUCALYPT CLOSE) 0.4 24
PORT MACQUARIE AIRPORT AWS 12.0 24
ROCKS CROSSING (NOWENDOC RIVER) 7.4 24
SOUTH WEST ROCKS (SMOKY CAPE LIGHTHOUSE) 5.0 24
TAREE AIRPORT AWS 7.8 24
TAYLORS ARM 4.0 24
UPPER DARKWOOD 8.0 24
UPPER PAPPINBARRA (HILLCREST) 23.6 24
WILLINA 5.0 24
WINGHAM (LANARK CLOSE) 29.2 24
WOOLI BEACH 4.6 24
WOOTTON 6.0 24
YARRAS MOUNTAIN 14.0 24
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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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