Northern Territory Monthly Summaries

October 2021
Station
(Ungroup by district)
Mean min Anomaly Mean max Anomaly Total rain Percent of mean
°C °C °C °C mm %
Darwin-Daly
24 24.6 +1.5 37.0 +0.2 41.2 65
25.4 +1.0 33.1 +0.4 0.0 0
14 26.0 +1.7 32.6 +0.3 2.0 3
25.2 - 34.0 - 0.0 -
79 26.4 +1.5 34.2 +0.9 23.0 32
24 26.2 +2.4 24 39.4 +1.8 5.4 19
28 24.4 +2.1 39.2 +1.3 32.6 88
26.2 +0.8 33.6 +0.8 0.0 0
43 25.8 +1.9 38.7 +0.9 26.2 63
25.2 - 37.7 - 8.4 -
26.8 +0.6 31.2 +0.7 1.8 26
23.6 +1.6 37.9 +0.6 5.2 11
25.4 - 38.2 - 12.2 -
25.6 - 38.8 - 13.4 -
22.6 - 35.8 - 29.0 -
25.4 - 36.5 - 34.6 -
25.3 - 39.0 - 20.4 -
23.9 +0.9 34.8 +1.1 48.8 56
25.0 +1.5 33.2 +0.1 13.6 21
25.4 +1.5 35.5 +1.1 3.2 7
25.4 +1.4 35.3 +0.9 21 0.0 0
35 26.7 +2.8 39.2 +1.4 9.4 30
Arnhem
25.2 +0.2 33.4 +0.2 0.2 2
23.4 +1.8 41 33.6 +1.7 0.0 0
22 23.4 +2.5 22 35.4 +1.3 22.4 81
17 24.8 +2.0 33.9 +0.8 0.0 0
18 25.1 +1.5 33.6 +0.6 0.0 0
19 24.4 +1.8 32.5 -0.3 0.0 0
26.2 +0.9 53 33.9 +1.3 0.0 0
Roper-McArthur
23.7 +2.3 25 39.2 +2.2 17.0 119
15 24.7 +3.0 15 39.4 +1.2 76.8 434
26.2 +1.3 43 34.8 +1.7 0.0 0
23.8 +2.8 39.4 +1.9 6.8 32
38 24.2 +3.0 39.5 +1.5 23.4 120
25.8 - 40.8 - 15.4 -
Victoria River
21 26.4 +1.4 40.4 +1.2 28.6 136
22.7 +2.0 28 39.7 +2.2 12.4 61
25.0 +2.6 51 41.1 +3.1 1.6 8
24.7 +2.9 43 40.6 +2.9 2.1 8
Barkly
49 13.3 -7.4 39.1 +2.4 0.0 0
32 24.6 +3.6 39.7 +1.8 10.8 52
23.1 +1.3 37.6 +2.6 5.6 30
Alice Springs
14.8 -0.0 32.6 +1.4 7.2 36
13.4 -1.1 32.3 +0.4 1.2 7
16.3 +0.6 33.5 +0.2 7.2 49
19.9 -1.2 35.5 -0.4 0.4 2
17.4 -1.2 24 39.8 +2.4 0.8 4
15.5 -0.2 34.0 +0.5 21.8 155
15.0 -0.0 32.6 +0.1 0.4 2
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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