Tasmania Daily Summaries

Friday December 13, 2019
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Station
(Group by district)
Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am
°C °C °C °C mm
10.6 - 18 - -
9.7 +0.7 18 -4 0.2
4.2 -1.3 11 -6 3.2
11.0 +0.9 20 -3 0.2
9.0 -1.7 15 -3 1.0
9.5 -1.0 15 -2 1.0
10.6 -1.3 13 -4 0.2
10.7 - 13 - 0.4
10.1 -1.0 13 -4 2.0
9.5 +1.0 20 -3 0.0
9.7 - 20 - 1.4
9.6 -1.1 16 -4 0.0
8.6 -0.4 - - 2.0
10.7 - 20 - 0.4
11.0 -1.3 19 -1 0.0
7.7 -1.0 21 -1 0.0
12.0 +0.1 16 -4 0.0
8.9 -2.8 22 +0 0.0
9.4 +1.0 17 -4 0.2
10.7 -0.1 19 -1 0.2
11.0 +0.2 21 +0 0.2
10.9 - - - 0.2
10.5 -0.5 15 -4 0.2
5.9 -1.1 - - 0.0
3.6 -1.4 - - 2.4
10.6 -0.2 18 -4 0.0
8.8 -0.2 19 -3 0.0
2.3 -1.5 13 -3 0.0
11.7 -1.1 15 -4 0.0
10.0 - 13 - -
6.4 -2.4 12 -7 2.6
7.5 -2.2 11 -5 3.8
9.5 -2.7 20 +0 1.8
9.5 -1.2 - - 0.6
6.9 -0.7 15 -5 1.8
8.6 -0.4 - - 1.0
2.4 -2.8 8 -7 1.8
0.0 -2.9 7 -4 1.0
11.0 +0.4 - - 0.0
8.4 -0.3 18 -5 0.4
8.8 +0.1 - - 0.0
5.7 -2.3 13 -6 3.4
7.6 -1.6 17 -4 0.0
7.0 -2.0 17 -3 0.0
7.2 -2.5 15 -5 1.0
11.3 -0.4 22 +1 0.0
9.3 -0.4 13 -6 5.4
10.6 -2.8 17 -2 0.0
9.6 - - - 0.2
7.5 -2.7 16 -1 1.2
11.6 - 19 - -
7.0 -0.5 17 -2 1.0
5.1 -1.7 13 -4 3.8
9.3 -0.3 19 -1 0.0
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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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Weather News

Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast hit by very dangerous storms, BOM warns of flash flooding

18:10 EDT

Severe storms have swept across South-East Queensland, dropping giant hail near Gympie and dumping 76 millimetres on the Gold Coast in half an hour.

Australia could see hottest day on record next week as Perth heatwave conditions travel east

15:19 EDT

Australia could experience its hottest day on record next week as a hot air mass building in Western Australia makes its way east.

Lambing rates 'best in a decade' as cluster fences breathe new life in western Queensland

14:50 EDT

Lambing rates in western Queensland are the best they have been in a decade, despite more than eight years of drought, and graziers say it is almost certainly due to exclusion fencing.