Coober Pedy Ap Daily Summaries

April 2020
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Wed 01/04/2020 16.5 +2.2 18.8 -8.2 9.4  
Thu 02/04/2020 17.0 +2.7 20.3 -6.7 40.2  
Fri 03/04/2020 18.7 +4.4 28.3 +1.3 1.2  
Sat 04/04/2020 11.5 -2.8 21 -6 0.2  
 
April 2020 Average 15.9 +1.6 22 22.1 -4.9    
Apr 1995-2017 Average 14.3   27.0      
Apr 1995-2017 Highest 23.3 6th 2012 41.5 2nd 2005    
Apr 1995-2017 Lowest 1.5 12th 1995 16.4 29th 2014    
 
April 2020 Total         51.0 4 day(s)
Apr 1995-2017 Average Total         14.1 3.0 day(s)
Apr 1995-2017 Wettest Total         161.6 2014
Apr 1995-2017 Wettest 24hr Total         115.0 10th 2014
Apr 1995-2017 Driest Total         0.0 1996
 
Jan-Apr 2020 Total         155.4 11 day(s)
Jan-Apr 1995-2017 Average Total         54.0 10.5 day(s)
 
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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.

Station Details

COOBER PEDY AIRPORT
NW Pastoral, South Australia
29.0347°S 134.7222°E 225m AMSL
Commenced 1994
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Weather News

Strong winds lash the southeast

13:15 EDT

A vigorous cold front has swept through parts of the southeast, bringing wind gusts in excess of 100km/h to some exposed and elevated parts.

When it rains, it pours over NSW

13:07 EDT

Parts of New South Wales have recorded their best daily April rainfall in decades, as a strong cold front and trough sweeped over the state overnight.

Sunflowers brighten up the Liverpool Plains countryside after years of drought

10:41 EDT

From dry and dusty paddocks an increasingly rare crop is flowering on the New South Wales Liverpool Plains, standing as a symbol of recovery from an intense one-in-100-year drought.