Victoria Rainfall Bulletin

Tuesday January 19, 2021
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Station
(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Melbourne
ESSENDON AIRPORT 0.4 24
FERNY CREEK 3.0 24
FRANKSTON (BALLAM PARK) 0.2 24
OAKLEIGH (METROPOLITAN GOLF CLUB) 1.6 24
SCORESBY RESEARCH INSTITUTE 0.8 24
North Central
GLENBURN (HIGHWOOD TBRG) 0.6 24
KINGLAKE WEST 3.2 24
UPPER PLENTY 1.4 24
North East
BUNGEET (HIGHLANDS) 0.2 24
South West
ARARAT PRISON 0.6 24
BEEAC (POST OFFICE) 0.6 24
PYRENEES (BEN NEVIS) 0.8 24
CAMPERDOWN 1.5 24
CAPE OTWAY LIGHTHOUSE 0.4 24
CASTERTON 0.2 24
CRESSY 1.0 24
DARTMOOR 0.4 24
DERRINALLUM (CRAIGMORE) 0.6 24
LISMORE (POST OFFICE) 0.8 24
MORTLAKE RACECOURSE 0.6 24
COLAC (MOUNT GELLIBRAND) 0.2 24
HAINES JUNCTION (MOUNT SABINE) 1.6 24
NULLAWARRE 0.2 24
CASHMORE AIRPORT 0.4 24
SKIPTON POST OFFICE 0.5 24
WARRNAMBOOL AIRPORT NDB 0.4 24
WESTMERE 0.2 24
Central
BALLARAT AERODROME 0.2 24
BENWERRIN 0.4 24
BOONAH 0.4 24
BULLARTO SOUTH 0.2 24
CERBERUS 0.2 24
MOORABOOL RIVER AT LAL LAL 0.6 24
MAIN RIDGE 1.2 24
LORNE (MOUNT COWLEY) 0.4 24
LEIGH RIVER @ MOUNT MERCER 0.2 24
POUND CREEK 1.4 24
RHYLL 0.6 24
WONTHAGGI 1.2 24
W & S Gippsland
BALOOK 2.4 24
BOOLARRA SOUTH 0.6 24
HOGAN ISLAND 0.2 24
JEERALANG NORTH 1.0 24
MOE SOUTH 0.4 24
MOUNT BEST (UPPER TOORA) 1.6 24
MOUNT USEFUL 0.4 24
MOUNT BAW BAW 2.4 24
THORPDALE PEAK 1.2 24
TRARALGON CREEK AT KOORNALLA 0.8 24
WILSONS PROMONTORY LIGHTHOUSE 0.4 24
YANAKIE 0.6 24
YARRAGON SOUTH 2.4 24
YARRAM AIRPORT 0.2 24
East Gippsland
CANN RIVER 0.6 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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