New South Wales/ACT Monthly Summaries

October 2021
Station
(Ungroup by district)
Mean min Anomaly Mean max Anomaly Total rain Percent of mean
°C °C °C °C mm %
Sydney
9.7 -0.9 23.6 -1.4 68.2 123
11.4 -0.5 23.8 -0.2 45.0 75
9.4 -0.6 23.5 -0.9 68.4 110
9.3 -1.1 23.6 -1.5 63.2 138
11.1 -1.1 23.0 -0.7 80.2 118
10.3 - 23.0 - 41.2 -
10.5 -1.4 23.7 -1.1 51.4 84
10 11.5 -1.5 24.0 -1.0 72.0 117
11.4 -0.6 23.7 -0.3 61.0 89
25 11.0 -1.3 24.9 -1.0 66.8 122
9.6 -1.6 24.4 -0.9 32.6 61
13.2 -0.4 23.6 +1.4 48.8 64
13.3 -0.1 23.6 +0.9 66.4 95
17 11.6 -1.6 22.2 -0.6 55.0 67
Northern Rivers
13.6 -0.4 25.4 +0.5 130.2 132
16.6 -0.4 24.4 +0.6 73.2 84
12.1 -1.3 27.8 +0.2 126.0 184
14.7 -0.4 26.2 +0.5 173.4 185
12.6 -1.4 26.1 -1.2 60.8 91
12.2 -0.6 26.7 -0.1 80.8 120
11.3 -1.4 27.4 +0.1 105.8 122
13.2 -1.0 27.1 +0.6 163.1 166
15.7 +0.3 25.2 +2.1 135.0 172
Mid North Coast
13.0 - 24.4 - 161.8 -
9.7 -0.2 20.3 -1.0 128.0 96
10.2 -0.9 25.8 +0.0 95.0 115
16.7 +1.0 21.7 +0.7 85.2 84
11.7 +0.2 25.4 -0.2 157.0 115
11.4 -0.7 24.8 +0.7 77.4 103
15.7 +0.4 24.8 +1.3 91.6 100
11.6 -0.3 25.1 +0.3 83.6 109
Hunter
10.0 +0.2 24.4 -1.0 74.6 136
11.5 - 23.2 - 55.6 -
9.9 -1.1 24.1 -0.2 65.2 79
11.1 -0.8 24.2 -0.1 61.4 95
11.1 - 25.0 - 62.2 -
10.0 -1.5 23.3 +0.4 56.4 71
7.5 -1.0 22.8 -2.7 46.2 93
9.8 -1.2 19.2 -2.6 47.4 90
14.4 -0.7 23.3 +0.2 60.1 77
14.1 -0.4 22.8 +0.9 54.8 74
13.8 -1.1 23.6 +0.8 56.4 61
9.2 -0.5 23.6 -2.0 63.2 126
12.0 +0.5 25.0 -0.2 66.6 100
12.4 +0.4 24.5 +0.7 66.8 85
Illawarra
11.6 +0.7 21.8 -1.2 46.0 68
13.1 -1.0 21.2 -0.4 78.6 101
13.2 -0.7 20.9 -0.5 56.0 70
6.8 -1.1 17.6 -2.0 56.8 121
11.0 +0.2 21.7 -1.5 36.4 59
13.0 -0.6 19.8 -1.2 82.6 111
South Coast
8.9 -0.8 21.4 -0.4 73.8 93
8.4 -0.2 20.6 -1.5 56.0 112
11.8 -0.4 17.7 -1.4 75.0 149
8.8 -0.4 19.3 -1.4 60.4 101
12.4 -0.4 18.1 -0.8 82.2 126
9.3 -0.3 20.2 -1.4 66.2 88
10.6 -0.3 19.8 -0.2 51.3 66
11.0 -0.4 18.9 -0.8 58.2 79
12.1 -0.4 19.9 -0.8 56.4 68
Northern Tablelands
5.6 -0.3 20.0 -1.5 76.6 115
6.9 -0.6 18.8 -1.9 75.2 104
4.5 -1.2 19.4 -2.0 89.2 109
5.5 -1.0 16.9 -1.8 43.2 58
7.3 -0.7 22.9 -2.1 53.1 77
9.5 -0.9 22.5 -1.1 48.6 65
12.4 -0.2 23.3 -0.6 137.4 151
7.4 -0.4 21.2 -1.2 74.0 98
Central Tablelands
5.6 -0.5 18.3 -1.8 65.2 111
5.8 -0.5 18.6 -2.0 61.0 117
7.6 -1.6 21.6 -2.0 25.6 46
7.2 -0.6 16.7 -1.1 70.6 77
6.3 -0.2 15 16.7 -3.1 47.8 78
6.6 -1.1 16.1 -1.9 59.2 84
6.5 -1.2 20.8 -2.4 41.0 79
7.0 -0.9 15.1 -2.4 75.8 101
5.3 +0.2 25 14.5 -3.2 95.4 122
5.5 -1.1 16.0 -1.7 49.8 62
5.2 -0.6 16.0 -2.4 61.4 86
7.8 -1.1 21.9 -2.7 37.8 67
Southern Tablelands
5.4 -0.3 30 16.9 -2.4 87.8 162
8.0 -0.8 19.0 -1.8 77.0 92
6.8 -0.3 17.4 -2.5 32.4 62
4.9 -0.4 17.8 -2.2 58.0 114
6.3 - 17.6 - 46.4 -
4.3 -1.2 16.6 -1.9 61.9 89
ACT
5.6 -0.6 13 18.1 -3.5 56.8 116
0.9 -2.3 13 8.7 -4.3 - -
5.8 -0.7 18.0 -3.0 59.4 110
Snowy Mountains
4.5 -0.3 17.1 -1.9 57.2 103
4.3 -0.5 14.9 -3.0 54.2 104
2.4 -1.8 9.5 -2.9 188.2 192
3.0 -0.9 15.4 -4.2 22.8 52
2.9 -0.6 31 15.4 -3.0 44.6 100
0.3 -1.0 11 7.2 -4.4 150.0 82
-1.2 -1.3 4.3 -3.5 118.8 78
1.2 -0.4 11.1 -2.4 118.1 63
NW Slopes & Plains
7.0 -1.2 23.4 -1.9 72.8 116
8.2 -1.8 24.8 -2.8 57.2 124
11.9 -1.0 25.9 -2.4 12.0 25
12.5 -1.4 27.7 -2.1 13.3 34
10.7 -1.6 25.3 -3.0 33.0 84
8.6 -1.6 24.4 -1.0 42.1 66
- - 23.5 -2.0 68.1 116
8.4 -1.4 24.0 -1.7 49.8 90
9.9 -2.2 26.3 -2.9 19.0 49
5.8 +0.5 19.3 -1.9 64.2 88
CW Slopes & Plains
46 7.5 -2.1 21.3 -4.0 41.1 88
28 7.3 -2.3 28 21.7 -4.0 37.6 104
7.0 -0.6 21.4 -2.9 84.1 142
10.4 -1.2 20.7 -3.1 66.8 147
9.5 -2.0 24 24.1 -3.7 33.2 78
7.6 +0.3 16 20.3 -4.4 55.4 133
7.6 -1.9 22.4 -2.8 35.4 75
7.4 -2.0 22.5 -2.4 31.7 61
8.2 -0.5 24 21.1 -4.0 58.4 135
8.0 -1.2 19.2 -3.6 47.2 86
9.5 -1.3 21.3 -4.1 43.4 113
10.6 - 25.4 - 14.8 -
7.2 -0.6 20.5 -3.9 37.0 71
9.5 -2.1 22.1 -2.9 38.2 80
5.8 -1.4 16 20.0 -4.7 34.2 97
8.5 -2.0 23.1 -2.5 32.8 73
10.1 - 26.6 - 15.2 -
7.7 -1.4 21.1 -3.7 31.4 71
Southwest Slopes
6.8 +0.6 19.1 -3.4 57.5 127
7.6 -0.6 20.5 -2.2 51.0 98
7.0 +0.6 18.5 -2.5 97.2 134
6.1 +0.6 17.3 -2.4 80.8 85
6.1 +0.6 19.0 -3.3 58.0 126
Riverina
7.8 -0.3 19.6 -2.5 37.0 76
6.0 -1.8 20.2 -2.0 39.4 77
7.2 -1.3 20.9 -3.0 79.8 245
8.1 -1.4 21.8 -2.6 30.6 78
7.6 -2.3 22.7 -3.7 23.4 102
8.6 -1.9 22.1 -3.0 18.0 50
8.7 -0.7 18.7 -2.6 48.2 72
6.6 - 20.3 - 30.2 -
7.6 -1.5 21.6 -3.2 27.6 72
49 5.1 -3.7 19.8 -3.0 22.2 52
7.4 -0.4 19.8 -1.9 44.2 78
8.7 -2.0 21.5 -3.5 23.4 64
Upper Western
12.5 -1.3 27.0 -2.7 5.8 25
11.6 -1.8 26.2 -2.7 7.2 25
10.6 -2.2 24.5 -1.8 15.4 46
9.7 -1.9 23.9 -2.9 12.0 40
13.5 +0.6 40 20.1 -8.5 13.2 35
16 10.2 -3.1 25.3 -3.1 8.8 62
- - 24 26.5 -3.0 11.5 30
10.8 - 24.3 - 5.0 -
12.3 - 26.6 - 11.4 -
13.3 -2.0 27.2 -2.1 7.4 47
28 9.9 -3.4 28.4 -1.1 3.6 17
10.9 - 27.4 - 12.4 -
16 11.9 -2.9 26.0 -3.1 7.2 44
9.5 -2.4 25.7 -2.7 10.4 46
Lower Western
8.4 -1.5 22.2 -2.3 31.0 101
9.4 -2.2 23.0 -2.7 19.6 80
9.3 -2.8 24.1 -3.1 9.2 36
8.7 -2.2 22.1 -2.2 12.6 48
9.9 -2.1 40 23.9 -3.2 16.2 72
6.5 - 22.7 - 18.4 -
8.8 - 23.4 - 13.4 -
9.4 -1.7 23.3 -4.0 16.6 64
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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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