New South Wales ACT Monthly Summaries

January 2020
Station
(Ungroup by district)
Mean min Anomaly Mean max Anomaly Total rain Percent of mean
°C °C °C °C mm %
Sydney
21 19.2 +2.1 30.8 +0.8 49.0 58
19.9 +1.7 29.7 +1.4 67.8 71
18.8 +2.0 30.5 +1.0 89.0 106
18.5 +1.5 30.2 +0.2 100.0 112
19.5 +1.1 28.7 +0.9 56.8 65
19.2 - 29.2 - 79.8 -
19.1 +1.3 30.6 +0.8 33.8 42
20.0 - 29.7 - 66.0 -
18.8 +1.2 29.9 +1.4 67.0 64
20.0 +1.4 32.2 +1.3 82.0 81
19.8 +2.1 32.1 +2.0 40.4 48
20.8 +2.1 27.9 +1.9 71.4 70
20.4 +1.5 28.8 +2.2 59.6 63
19.0 +0.6 27.0 +0.3 125.6 125
Northern Rivers
20.8 +1.1 29.5 +1.2 170.0 97
21.6 +0.4 28.2 +0.4 198.4 119
20.3 +1.2 33.5 +3.2 155.8 108
20.7 +0.8 31.1 +2.7 175.8 105
13 21.5 +1.7 31.5 +1.0 266.6 176
20.6 +1.6 11 32.5 +2.5 318.2 243
19.4 +0.6 14 32.3 +2.3 245.4 153
20.8 +1.1 30.6 +1.1 263.9 125
21.3 +0.9 27.6 +1.0 290.2 208
Mid North Coast
21.7 - 29.2 - 155.8 -
21 17.6 +2.6 21 27.4 +3.2 247.4 83
16 20.9 +1.4 27.3 +0.8 71.9 69
19.7 +1.9 16 32.5 +3.2 55.8 45
22.0 +1.4 27.0 +1.6 56.0 50
48 20.0 +2.4 48 32.8 +3.7 342.6 131
20.4 +2.0 21 30.1 +2.4 89.0 56
20.0 +0.3 29.1 +2.0 107.2 73
19.9 +1.6 30.7 +1.8 98.0 100
Hunter
25 20.1 +3.2 32.3 +2.1 44.0 52
20.3 - 28.5 - 125.6 -
19.6 - 29.6 - 79.8 -
18.8 +1.6 44 34.9 +5.5 61.6 48
20.1 - 32.5 - 38.8 -
17.8 +0.9 26.5 -0.8 39.4 33
19.4 +2.9 33.8 +2.8 92.0 117
13 18.0 +1.6 13 30.7 +2.6 95.8 136
18.9 -1.1 28.2 +1.2 113.9 114
17 21.2 +1.8 31.1 +1.9 39.0 44
59 21.3 +1.7 26.3 +1.2 31.0 34
21 21.1 +1.4 27.5 +1.4 36.0 40
26 20.2 +3.3 34.7 +3.2 70.2 104
47 20.0 +2.4 31.8 +2.0 48.4 44
66 20.4 +2.3 30.1 +2.0 67.2 65
Illawarra
18.5 +1.6 27.4 +0.5 73.4 98
19.3 +0.2 25.5 +0.6 64.0 77
19.7 +0.8 25.7 +0.6 44.8 51
15.3 +1.3 27.0 +0.9 31.2 50
17.5 +1.0 28.5 +1.0 81.4 111
19.0 +0.6 25.5 +0.6 49.4 53
South Coast
16.9 +1.2 24 27.6 +1.7 34.8 40
15.8 +0.8 27.6 +0.4 30.4 56
17.2 -0.1 14 23.0 -0.6 14.4 22
15.9 +0.7 24.5 -0.3 43.6 72
18.5 +1.0 23.7 +0.7 46.4 65
16.7 +1.0 25.6 +0.2 34.8 55
17.9 +1.5 24.4 +0.7 41.6 44
17.6 +1.0 25.0 +1.4 43.6 51
18.4 +1.0 24.9 +0.6 31.0 34
Northern Tablelands
15.7 +2.8 20 29.6 +2.8 202.0 230
16.3 +2.9 28.4 +2.4 176.0 185
20 15.6 +2.7 20 29.0 +2.6 87.4 84
33 15.2 +3.1 33 26.9 +2.9 145.8 120
49 19.6 +3.1 49 33.4 +3.9 123.8 122
21 18.8 +3.5 22 33.5 +2.9 115.9 119
18.9 +1.8 30.5 +3.4 166.0 89
16.4 +1.8 29.3 +2.6 92.2 80
Central Tablelands
51 16.8 +3.4 31.9 +3.5 58.6 86
25 17.0 +3.2 32.1 +3.3 48.4 77
19.5 +2.8 45 35.5 +4.5 37.6 54
13.6 +0.5 26.6 +3.2 127.1 80
15.2 +1.8 28.1 +1.9 69.8 85
14.4 +1.0 26.8 +2.7 99.2 79
26 19.5 +3.7 26 34.1 +3.5 31.8 45
15.3 +1.7 25 27.0 +2.9 71.6 68
13.7 +2.4 30 28.7 +3.6 32.2 43
15.1 +1.7 29.7 +3.1 68.8 80
20 15.4 +2.7 20 30.6 +3.5 132.8 214
18.1 +0.9 29.4 +0.8 99.2 82
47 20.9 +3.5 47 36.0 +3.4 81.4 146
Southern Tablelands
13.6 +1.4 28.4 +1.5 24.8 39
17.2 +0.9 33.4 +3.2 60.9 97
15.7 +2.0 29.6 +1.7 28.4 46
14.8 +2.1 30.1 +2.1 22.0 41
14.7 - 28.5 - 34.0 -
13.7 +1.7 28.6 +2.5 25.7 36
ACT
15.2 +2.0 31.1 +3.0 16.0 28
9.6 -0.3 22.1 +1.4 65.4 78
15.2 +0.9 30.8 +1.3 26.8 48
Snowy Mountains
11.5 +0.8 25.4 -0.1 25.0 49
12.1 +1.3 26.8 +1.2 29.8 49
11.9 +0.4 22.5 +1.1 68.2 110
11.0 +0.2 28.7 +1.4 19.9 34
10.8 +0.1 27.3 +0.7 30.0 55
6.5 - 20.1 - 101.8 -
7.6 +0.8 18.2 +1.9 101.0 95
8.0 +0.7 22.8 +1.4 90.8 82
NW Slopes Plains
50 20.5 +4.0 34.3 +2.5 88.0 102
15 21.3 +2.9 15 37.1 +2.9 48.2 85
21 23.4 +3.3 36.7 +2.8 117.4 137
24.4 +3.4 39.3 +3.8 70.6 106
23.3 +3.1 36.8 +2.2 89.0 118
42 20.3 +2.7 42 35.5 +4.1 42.6 44
48 20.5 +3.5 48 36.5 +4.2 82.2 104
22 21.2 +3.8 24 36.0 +3.3 97.4 147
24.2 +3.6 39.2 +3.6 11.6 19
46 17.2 +4.7 30.4 +2.9 120.0 120
CW Slopes Plains
21.2 +2.8 37.0 +3.1 10.5 23
21.2 +2.3 37.2 +2.9 17.0 47
59 19.9 +4.3 34.9 +3.5 41.9 47
16 20.8 +2.9 16 33.8 +3.0 50.0 65
19 23.7 +3.5 38.2 +3.2 16.0 33
12 19.2 +2.2 35.3 +1.7 70.6 194
21.0 +2.9 23 37.3 +4.1 36.0 59
20.0 +2.7 35.8 +3.6 53.5 80
19.9 +1.8 36.5 +2.2 48.4 168
17.9 +1.2 34.8 +2.8 10.4 21
20.9 +2.1 36.2 +2.4 11.6 30
24.8 - 38.7 - 16.4 -
19 19.6 +2.1 35.6 +2.1 79.0 126
21.2 +1.9 37.1 +3.9 24.6 42
17.2 +0.0 34.5 +0.6 11 5.4 15
22.8 +3.9 48 38.2 +4.7 5.4 10
24.7 - 39.2 - 5.4 -
19.3 +1.1 35.1 +1.1 11.4 41
Southwest Slopes
16.7 +0.8 33.0 +1.0 56.1 135
17.0 +0.4 33.2 +0.6 40.3 100
14.0 +0.5 31.5 -0.1 47.0 91
13.1 +0.9 30.9 +2.0 58.0 99
16.7 +2.0 34.2 +2.3 20.0 47
Riverina
16.9 +0.4 32.3 +0.1 24.0 55
15.6 -0.3 32.5 +0.5 49.2 135
15.2 -1.4 32.7 -0.4 38.0 160
17.9 +0.3 34.4 +1.1 10.6 32
17.0 -1.8 34.3 -1.0 12.2 74
18.2 -0.2 35.0 +1.5 23.6 77
17.5 +0.4 32.1 +1.1 33.0 71
17.0 - 33.9 - 21.8 -
17.0 -0.5 34.2 +0.9 34.2 98
15.8 -0.3 32.1 +0.3 15.3 45
17.3 +1.0 33.5 +1.8 13.0 32
17.7 -1.1 33.5 -0.5 40.4 136
Upper Western
25.4 +3.1 40.3 +3.1 29.2 88
24.4 +3.1 47 39.9 +4.1 14.0 30
23.6 +3.0 38.4 +4.2 4.4 10
23.1 +2.5 38.4 +3.0 6.8 18
22.8 +2.0 37.8 +2.7 83.2 125
21.2 -0.8 36.3 +0.1 0.0 0
19 25.6 +3.2 19 39.4 +3.5 23.7 47
22.7 - 37.5 - 1.2 -
22.3 - 37.4 - 0.0 -
23.6 -0.1 39.0 +1.5 0.0 0
24.2 +2.1 39.8 +2.9 18.5 53
25.0 - 39.7 - 64.8 -
22.5 -0.7 36.2 -0.7 11 0.0 0
20.6 -0.3 37.0 +0.1 19.8 81
Lower Western
16.0 -0.7 32.7 -0.3 7.8 37
18.3 -0.9 33.4 -0.1 0.0 0
19.1 - 36.3 - 15.0 -
19.5 -1.1 35.7 -0.1 13.6 82
15.7 -1.3 31.9 -0.5 3.4 17
19.2 -0.1 34.8 -0.0 16.3 70
17.9 - 34.8 - 1.6 -
17.4 -1.6 34.9 -0.8 1.8 8
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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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09:47 EDT

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