Victoria Rainfall Bulletin

Wednesday January 22, 2020
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Station
(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Melbourne
BUNDOORA (LATROBE UNIVERSITY) 21.4 144
FERNY CREEK 0.2 24
Mallee
SWAN HILL AERODROME 0.2 24
WALPEUP RESEARCH 0.2 24
Northern Country
MERTON (ENDERLEE) 0.2 24
GOORAM (MORELLA) 0.2 24
SEVEN CREEKS AT STRATHBOGIE 0.2 24
North Central
ACHERON RIVER @ TAGGERTY 0.2 24
North East
HURDLE CK AT BOBINAWARRAH 0.2 24
BALD HILL 0.2 24
DARTMOUTH RESERVOIR 0.2 24
EDI UPPER 9.8 48
OVENS RIVER @ EUROBIN 0.2 24
FALLS CREEK 0.2 24
RUTHERGLEN RESEARCH 0.2 24
STUMP HILL (BARJARG) 0.2 24
Central
CERBERUS 0.2 24
W S Gippsland
AVON RIVER @ THE CHANNEL 0.2 24
BALOOK 0.2 24
EAST SALE AIRPORT 0.2 24
ERICA (PARKERS CORNER) 0.2 24
MORWELL (LATROBE VALLEY AIRPORT) 0.2 24
MOUNT USEFUL 0.2 24
MOUNT WELLINGTON 0.2 24
REEVES KNOB 0.2 24
WONNANGATTA RIVER @ WATERFORD 0.2 24
East Gippsland
MITCHELL RIVER @ GLENALADALE 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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