Northern Territory Rainfall Bulletin

Tuesday January 19, 2021
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Station
(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Darwin-Daly
ADELAIDE RIVER POST OFFICE 14.5 24
BATCHELOR AIRPORT 24.0 24
CSIRO BERRIMAH 15.0 24
BLACK POINT 8.2 24
CHANNEL POINT 28.0 24
CHARLES POINT 7.0 24
CROKER ISLAND AIRPORT 19.2 24
DARWIN HOSPITAL 19.6 24
DARWIN BOTANIC GARDENS 11.8 24
DARWIN AIRPORT 12.8 24
DARWIN NTC AWS 12.8 24
DELAMERE WEAPONS RANGE 1.6 24
DUM IN MIRRIE AIRSTRIP 21.8 24
ELIZABETH VALLEY 26.2 24
FANNY CREEK 0.4 24
FOELSCHE HEADLAND 0.6 24
FORT HILL WHARF 14.0 24
GUNN POINT 58.0 24
JABIRU AIRPORT 0.4 24
KANGAROO FLATS (DEFENCE) 13.8 24
NITMILUK RANGERS 0.9 24
LABELLE DOWNS 16.0 24
MARRARA 12.5 24
MCCLUER ISLAND 4.6 24
MCMINNS LAGOON 13.0 24
MIDDLE POINT 13.0 24
MOUNT BUNDEY NORTH (DEFENCE) 4.0 24
MOUNT STOW 2.2 24
MOUNT FELIX 1.0 24
MURGANELLA AIRSTRIP 46.0 24
NITMILUK RIDGE 1.6 24
NOONAMAH AIRSTRIP 26.8 24
OENPELLI AIRPORT 1.4 24
PIRLANGIMPI AIRPORT 22.6 24
POINT FAWCETT 26.0 24
POINT STUART 27.4 24
THORAK CEMETERY 15.8 24
TINDAL RAAF 0.2 24
UPPER SEVENTEEN MILE CREEK 0.6 24
UPPER ADELAIDE RIVER 2.4 24
WAGAIT BEACH 17.8 24
WANDIE CREEK 1.4 24
Arnhem
CAPE WESSEL 19.0 24
GOVE AIRPORT 13.2 24
GROOTE EYLANDT AIRPORT 7.4 24
MANINGRIDA AIRPORT 27.2 24
MILINGIMBI AIRPORT 36.2 24
NGAYAWILI 27.8 24
WARRUWI AIRPORT 54.6 24
Roper-McArthur
BULMAN 6.8 24
CONWAYS 1.0 24
MARANBOY HILL 0.2 24
NGUKURR AIRPORT 6.4 24
SNOWDROP CREEK 1.4 24
WEST WATERHOUSE 0.2 24
UPPER WATERHOUSE RIVER 1.4 24
Victoria River
BULLO RIVER 2.4 24
OLD DELAMERE 0.2 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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