Hunter Rainfall Bulletin

Sunday April 11, 2021
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Station
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
BROKE (HARROWBY) 0.0 24
CAREYS PEAK (BARRINGTON TOPS) 0.0 24
CESSNOCK AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
DORA CREEK (DORA ST) 0.6 24
ELDERSLIE 0.0 24
GLEN ALICE 0.0 24
GOSFORD AWS 0.0 24
GOSTWYCK BRIDGE (PATERSON RIVER) 0.0 24
GRESFORD POST OFFICE 0.0 24
HOWES VALLEY (COMMISSION RD) 0.0 24
HUNTER SPRINGS (WONDECLA) 0.0 24
KARS SPRINGS (WELLDUN) 0.0 24
WYONG (KULNURA (JEAVONS)) 0.0 24
COORANBONG (LAKE MACQUARIE AWS) 0.0 24
MAITLAND BELMORE BRIDGE (HUNTER RIVER) 0.0 24
MAITLAND AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
MANGROVE MOUNTAIN AWS 0.2 24
MERRIWA (ROSCOMMON) 0.2 24
MILBRODALE SCHOOL 0.0 24
WYONG (MOUNT ELLIOT) 0.0 24
MOUNT PALMER 0.0 24
MURRURUNDI (TIMOR) 0.0 24
MURRURUNDI GAP AWS 0.0 24
NELSON BAY (NELSON HEAD) 0.1 24
NEWCASTLE NOBBYS SIGNAL STATION AWS 0.0 24
NORAH HEAD AWS 0.2 24
WYONG (OLNEY FOREST) 0.0 24
PARKVILLE (KINGDON PONDS) 0.0 24
POKOLBIN (BEN EAN) 0.0 24
PUTTY (THE GIBBA) 0.0 24
PUTTY TEA ROOMS 0.0 24
SCONE (KINGDON PONDS) 0.5 24
SCONE AIRPORT AWS 0.0 24
SCONE (STONEY CREEK) 0.0 24
SINGLETON (DEFENCE) 0.0 24
PATERSON (TOCAL AWS) 0.0 24
UPPER ALLYN TOWNSHIP 0.2 24
DUNGOG (UPPER MYALL CREEK) 0.0 24
WILLIAMTOWN RAAF 0.0 24
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