Western Australia Rainfall Bulletin

Saturday July 11, 2020
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Station
(Ungroup by district)
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
Perth
GOSNELLS CITY 4.0 144
JARRAHDALE 0.2 24
WERRIBEE 0.2 24
Central West
JURIEN BAY 5.4 144
YALLALIE BASIN 0.2 24
Lower West
MOUNT SOLUS 0.2 24
TOODYAY EAST 0.2 24
Southwest
BRIDGETOWN 0.2 24
CAPE NATURALISTE 0.2 24
DONNYBROOK EAST 0.2 24
HAPPY VALLEY 0.2 24
HENTY BROOK 0.2 24
PAYNEDALE ALERT 0.2 24
RAVENSCLIFFE ALERT 0.2 24
SHANNON 0.2 24
Southern Coastal
BREMER BAY 0.8 24
DALYUP PARK 0.4 24
ESPERANCE 1.4 24
ESPERANCE AERO 0.6 24
HOPETOUN NORTH 0.2 24
JACUP 0.4 24
MUNGLINUP WEST 0.2 24
ONGERUP 0.1 24
TELINA DOWNS 0.8 24
Great Southern
BROOKTON 0.2 24
BULYEE 0.2 24
CULFORD 0.2 24
KATANNING 0.2 24
WANDERING 0.2 24
WILGARRA 0.2 24
WILLIAMS NORTH 0.2 24
Central Wheatbelt
BERRING 0.2 24
LONG FOREST 0.2 24
WONGAN HILLS NORTH 0.2 24
YORKRAKINE TBRG 0.2 24
Eucla
EUCLA 1.2 24
EYRE 3.3 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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